Apple on Tuesday seeded to developers the first betas of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3, the upcoming updates to their mobile operating systems. The new beta comes just one week after the public release of iOS 13.2.
Initial reports about the iOS 13.3 beta indicate it fixes the iOS 13.2 multitasking bug issue that caused apps to refresh more frequently than normal.
Beta builds are available to developers over the air on the devices with the proper configuration installed. Developers can also download the new betas from the Apple Developer Center.
When the public beta builds of the new operating systems are ready, they can be downloaded via the Apple Beta Software Program website by users signed up to take part in the testing program. If you’re interested in trying out the betas of the upcoming operating systems you can sign up for the program by clicking the same link.
While we haven’t had a chance to play with the new beta yet, other publications have taken it out for a spin, and here’s what they’ve found new so far.
What’s new in iOS 13.3 beta 1:
Communication Limits – Communication Limits are now available in the Screen Time section of Settings for limiting who children are speaking with via the Phone, Messages, and FaceTime apps.
Multitasking Bug Fix – The beta appears to contain a fix the iOS 13.2 multitasking bug that was causing apps to refresh more frequently than normal.
Memoji/Animoji Stickers – In the Keyboards section of the Settings app, there’s a new option to prevent Animoji and Memoji Stickers from being displayed on the Emoji keyboard.
Apple Watch app – The Apple Watch app icon’s Digital Crown is now gray instead of black.
(Features via MacRumors)