iOS 11.3 has officially released, and now Apple has confirmed that there will me be one more update and that would-be iOS 11.4.
Here’s Everything We Know so far about iOS 11.4
After a long time, this is the first point-four update, as it happened with iOS 8 in 2014, Apple introduces new features- Apple Music which was a major feature, so let’s not neglect the importance of this point-four update. Apple limits itself to point-four update, so iOS 11.4 is last major iOS 11 update before the announcement of iOS 12. Apple is also changing its schedule and giving more time to fix bugs and improving stability.
New features Include ClassKit, AirPlay2, Messages in iCloud.
Officially confirmed: ClassKit
As a part of Apple’s March Education Event, Apple has officially confirmed the app ClassKit.
This app will: Help students, teachers to keep track of assignment and progress and will work with iPad app called Schoolwork.
With ClassKit, teachers can easily discover learning activities, guide students to right activity and share progress securely and privately to help teachers.
Expected: AirPlay 2
AirPlay 2 enables Wireless stream audio from iPhone to multiple devices simultaneously. Airplay 2 was available is iOS 11.3 beta 1 and 2 to try, but couldn’t finalize, and now it will launch with a future iOS, most likely to be iOS 11.4.
Expected: Messages on iCloud
Messages on iCloud were scheduled to be in iOS 11.3, but it didn’t, now this feature is expected to be in iOS 11.4. This app will help to store conversation and attachment online so in case of switching to a new device; you will have chat history and files preserved. Security is the main issue that’s why Apple is taking time with this app.
iOS 11.4 release date
There is no official release date, but there is a chance that the company may launch update before its annual WWDC 2018 developer conference.