The official version of iOS 13.3 is getting closer, after all, they have closed the verification channel of iOS 13.2.2 system. Earlier today, Apple released the fourth beta version of iOS 13.3. This time, there are still no major new features, mainly bug fixes, and the stability of the system is also tested. In fact, for Apple, the current system eliminates minor problems and makes users more stable than adding new features.
iOS 13.3 adds communication restrictions to the screen time function, allowing parents to control their children’s use of phone, text messages, and FaceTime (emergency calls are always allowed, and the validity period is 24 hours after communication restrictions are turned on). Not long ago, Apple also released iOS 13.2.3. Its update mainly fixes the problem that the App may not be able to download content in the background, and the “mail” may not be able to get new mail and the Exchange account cannot include and reference the original mail content.
In addition, in the new beta system, Apple has also added the ability to prevent Animoji and Memoji from being displayed on the Emoji keyboard as options, and the edited video can be saved as a new video and so on.
iOS 13.3 Beta 4 is now out to developers and Public beta testers along with new iPad OS 13.3 Beta 4, macOS and WatchOS betas. iOS 13.3 beta 4 is not very feature rich, but should fix some bugs in the background that perhaps iOS 13.2.3 fixed. Battery life will take a few days to measure on iOS 13.3 Beta 4, but I share battery life from iOS 13.3 Beta 3. In this video I go over all the new changes and updates with iOS 13.3 beta 4. iOS 13.3 Beta 4 could be the very close to iOS 13.3 GM or Golden Master.