Who is ready for a new beta season? We beta testers have had the break: Apple released the fourth public beta for 13.2 on October 23, and since then almost two full weeks have passed without a little bit of beta news. It looks like Wednesday, November 6, is our lucky day, as Apple has just released the first public beta for iOS 13.3.
If you know, you probably know that Apple developers sowed the 13.3 beta yesterday. Because we already have access to the dev beta for around 24 hours, we know quite a bit about it. Perhaps most strikingly, 13.3 contains a patch for 13.2 & # 39; s moderate RAM management. We have seen many complaints in 1
There is also a new screen time feature called & # 39; Communication Limits & # 39 ;. This option gives you control over who can communicate with you during both "Allowed screen time" and Downtime.
You will find a switch for turning off Memoji stickers in Messages and a new icon for the Watch app, with a gray crown instead of black.
Below are the release notes for public beta 1. They are quite short, although they are certainly better than the complete lack of notes from iOS 13.2:
iOS & iPadOS 13.3 Beta Release Notes  Update your apps to use new functions and test your apps against API changes.
The SDK for iOS and iPadOS 13.3 provides support for developing apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices with iOS and iPadOS 13.3. The SDK comes with Xcode 11.2, available in the Mac App Store. See Xcode 11.2 Release Notes for information about the compatibility requirements for Xcode 11.2.
Networks – New Features
• Certain top-level domains (TLDs & # 39; s) such as .dev and .app are now in the preloaded list of Foundation URLSession and NSURLConnection HTTP Strict Transport Security ( HSTS). An app that uses URLSession to visit a matching URL always navigates to the URL as https: // and never as cleartext http: //. For more information about HSTS, see the HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) specification. (56247242)
To download and install iOS 13.2 public beta 4, log in via the Apple beta site, download and install the configuration profile, and then update wirelessly. If you already have the profile, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to start the installation of the latest beta build, or you can wait for it to be installed automatically if "Automatic Updates" is enabled.
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