Photo: DenPhotos (Shutterstock) iOS and iPadOS 14.3 are here, and they appear safe to download. At least, I haven’t noticed any major reports of the update bugging out iPhones left and right, but it’s also still a little early. If you’re tentative, or you’re not foaming at the mouth to get your hands on some of the features it brings to your iPhone—more on that in a bit—maybe give iOS/iPadOS 14.3 a few more days to be super-sure about it. Yes, it’s sad that I have to give a disclaimer for updates now, but it feels like that’s just the nature of devices lately: You’re only one bad update away from a terrible experience, so you might as well wait for others to fully test it out before you deal with it. Anyway, iOS 14.3 does pack in some pretty useful features. Here’s a quick look at our favorite ones—big and small—and how to get started with them. And going forward, I’ll simply write iOS 14.3, but know that I’m also talking about the iPad’s updated operating system. Squashing bugs, bugs, and more bugs We’ll start with the least-sexy and most important feature first: fixes. iOS 14.3 comes with a number of security and bug fixes for issues plaguing iOS 14, including a (hopeful) fix for any issues you’ve been experience with wireless charging on your new iPhone 12 (or variants). Bugs that Apple has dealt with in iOS 14.3 include: – Some MMS messages may not be received […]