One of the most interesting announcements made during the presentation of the iPhone 12 line was the ability to shoot in ProRAW format with the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max smartphones.
In iOS 14.3, the ProRAW switch on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max smartphones became active. ProRAW photos can be edited in the standard Photos application. In addition, there was an option to shoot video at 25 fps and the ability to mirror selfies on older devices.
The update also brings support for the recently introduced AirPods Max, Fitness + (for US, Australia, UK, Ireland, Canada and New Zealand residents) and App Clips. In the App Store, app pages now include a privacy tab, and the Apple TV app has added a section with content from Apple Originals. Plus, a lot of bugs were fixed and more minor changes were added.
In addition to iOS 14.3, watchOS 7.2, macOS 11.1, iOS 12.5 (for older devices) and tvOS 14.3 have been released.