Apple is prepping the launch of the iOS 11.3 sometime this spring, which will allow iPhone users to effectively disable processor throttling, as well as the addition of four new animoji. While the internal beta for the update is available right now, the newly added power management feature has not yet been included.

According to the tech giant, users will soon be able to "see if the power management feature that dynamically manages maximum performance to prevent unexpected shutdowns, first introduced in iOS 10.2.1, is on and can choose to turn it off."

This update will also display detailed battery information for the iPhone 6 and other older models still in use. This latest version of the iOS will also bring forth an updated ARKit and Health Records component for the phone's internal health app, alongside the aforementioned introduction of four new animoji. 

These new animated figures will include a bear, a dragon, a skull, as well as a lion, and they will join the existing twelve options available to iPhone X users when the iOS 11.3 is launched in the coming months.