Apple has released iOS 14.3 beta 2 to developers and public beta testers alike as we get closer to the update being made available as a final release around the world.

The new update has a few improvements in it but the biggest is undoubtedly the arrival of the ProRAW feature Apple teased during the iPhone 12 Pro announcement. The feature will allow users to take RAW photos that also incorporate Apple’s computational photography capabilities, hence the Apple ProRAW name.

The same feature was part of the first iOS 14.3 beta but was unreliable for a lot of people. So far, it seems that beta 2 has fixed that and makes ProRAW much more reliable.

Beyond photography, the iOS 14.3 update will also bring new accessory firmware options to the Home app as well as Cardio Fitness notifications for those wearing Apple Watches.

There have also been suggestions that the update will prompt users to select a third-party email app and browser during the initial setup process – likely to try and fend off accusations of anti-competitive behavior.

There’s no indication yet as to when iOS 14.3 will be made available to everyone, but it’s surely going to be released before Christmas comes around. We’d also expect to see new betas arrive weekly between now and the big day, too.

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