Apple this afternoon launched the Second Release Candidate of iOS 14.3 and iPadOS 14.3, just two days after the release of the first. Additionally, the company has also released the Release Candidate version of macOS Big Sur 11.1, all for the developer community.
The main new feature of iOS 14.3 is the arrival of the ProRAW format
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On top of that, we have the classic stability and security improvements, and it looks like in the case of macOS Big Sur, we have improved performance
Even though these are Release Candidate builds, we will always insist that you do not install them if you are not a developer and are not completely sure what you are doing. It shouldn’t take long for the final and stable versions of iOS 14.3 to appear, so general users can wait a bit longer without a hitch.