Apple has rolled out iOS 14.3 with support for Fitness+, AirPods Max, App Store privacy labels and much more. The Apple Watch-powered Fitness+ service is now live in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the US. It costs $10/month, but if you have an Apple One subscription, it’s included in that plan.
One of the most notable changes for iPhone users in iOS 14.3 is support for the new ProRAW photo format for iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max users. Apple announced the ProRAW format in October alongside the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, teasing that it would be available via a future software update.
When you update to iOS 14.3, you’ll be able to enable the option via the Settings app under the “Camera” section then under “Formats.” In that area of the Settings app, you should see a new toggle for Apple ProRAW. Apple warns that each file in the ProRAW format will be approximately 25MB in size.
iOS 14.3 also makes it easier to set custom app icons thanks to the ability to run shortcuts from the Home screen without launching the Shortcuts app first. The update also brings support for setting Ecosia as your default search engine and support for installing software updates for third-party HomeKit accessories directly in the Home app.
For Apple Music users, iOS 14.3 and macOS 11.1 Big Sur also includes new animated artwork in the Music app.