Apple just released the fourth developer beta of iOS 13.3 this week, which indicates that the official version will come soon. According to a document dated by Vietnamese operator Viettel, iOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1 are confirmed to be released next week.
According to the instructions, the Viettel eSIM service will be activated on Friday, December 13, and customers must update their iPhone and Apple Watch to iOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1 to use the service. This means that iOS 13.3 must be released by Friday, and Apple usually releases system software updates on Tuesday and Wednesday, so it is expected that everyone will receive a push on December 11 (December 12 domestic time).
At present, the testing of iOS 13.3 has been basically completed. The new features included in the official version include “screen time” communication restrictions, keyboard switches that disable the Memoji sticker, and Safari browsers can support FIDO2 security keys through Lightning, USB or NFC Wait.