cloud’s Messaging feature, which Apple has tested in its first beta release of iOS 11, will finally be available to Apple users along with the iOS 11.3 update.
Apple announces iOS 11.3, a new release that brings new features like press releases and new animations, health records and new health records. Initially, iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra’s first beta test of iCloud’s Messaging feature was not yet available, so it was not available to users.
The Messaging on iCloud feature allows users to view their messages on all their devices, regardless of how long they take after the message is disconnected. With iOS 11.3 beta 1, Apple is finally ready to offer its users the Messaging on an iCloud feature. The Messaging application requires that users who have upgraded their device to iOS 11.3 beta 1 activate the Messages in the iCloud feature when they first open the Messaging application.
For users with two-factor authentication and iCloud backup features on their devices, the Messaging feature in iCloud is automatically enabled. This allows users to easily access the Messaging application from any device.
iOS 11.3 beta 1 is currently available as a downloadable beta. The release will soon be available to all users as a public beta. Please note that to get the iOS 11.3 beta 1 update you must first join Apple’s beta testing program. If you are participating, remember that this update is not a stable version but it is backed up before updating.