iOS 14.3 Release Date

iOS 14 is the major update of Apple iOS in 2020. They released their beta update of iOS 14.3 to developers now but there’s no public release yet. Read more about iOS 14.3 beta 1. Developers expect the new update is on the way with more improvements and bug fixes as this is a milestone release but they haven’t announced iOS 14.3 release date yet. But we predict iOS 14.3 will release mostly in December this year.

Apple tested some new features for the iOS 14.3 update a week after the iOS 14.2 release. Rumors say this upcoming update will come with proRAW support for the iPhone 12Pro and Pro Max models in December. It means you can capture moments with improved enhancement and high standards.

And also we can expect some added features for HomeKit accessories. From this update, you can update any connected home accessories through the home app and no need to go for an individual manufacturer’s app. And most importantly this will be an eco-friendly search engine named Ecosia and it donates its all profits toward planting trees.

Another advantage of the iOS 14.3 update is that it also pairs with WatchOS 7.2 and iWatch users can get cardio fitness notifications. Apple promised to launch these services before the end of 2020 and it is quite certain that this will be aligned with iOS 14.3.

What you need to know before installing iOS 14.3

Since iOS 14.3 is a milestone release it will possibly procure more space on your device. This is the nature of Milestone releases.

If you don’t have enough storage available on your iPhone, iOS will temporarily remove downloadable parts of applications installed on your phone. Sometimes this isn’t enough and you will then be compelled to manually delete files.

If you have low storage then you might want to do some cleanup. Go into your iPhone’s storage and delete files (like photos, apps, etc) you no longer need. This will put up some space for your iOS 14.3 and there’s a chance it improves your iPhone’s overall performance.

You should also start backing up the data you store on your iPhone. Data loss issues are rare, but there’s always a chance something goes wrong during the transition.

Check the compatibility of your device for iOS 14.3 in here,

  • iPhone 6s. 6 Plus
  • iPhone SE ( 1st and 2nd gen)
  • iPhone 7, 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8, 8 Plus
  • iPhone X, XR, XS Max
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 12
  • iPod touch (7th gen)

To download iOS 14 update, go to Settings > General > Software Updates. This will automatically update yours to iOS 14.3 when it’s released.

If you are interested in jailbreaking, read more about iOS 14.3 Jailbreaking. Read everything about iOS 14.3 jailbreak possibility, jailbreak methods and features. As I have mentioned before, Apple has not released this latest update for the public, but you can sign up for the beta version.

And also enjoy some more iOS customizations on the latest iOS 14.3 beta from here.