Apple releases fourth developer beta of iOS 13.3, more

After over two weeks of silence, Apple today has released the fourth developer of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3. Apple is also releasing the fourth public beta of iOS 13.3 today as well. tvOS 13.3 beta 4 is also now available, as is watchOS 6.1.1 beta 4.




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iOS 13.3 includes a new option in Settings to disable the Memoji keyboard from always appearing alongside the emoji keyboard. Communication Limits are also now available through Screen Time, allowing you to set limits based on your contacts.

Meanwhile, tvOS 13.3 includes a new option to bring back the “Up Next” queue to the top shelf area for the TV app. To change the setting, update to tvOS 13.3. Then, go into the Settings app, select Apps, then select the TV app. With tvOS 13, the top shelf area started showing previews for movies and TV shows, but the “Up Next” queue is more useful for many people.

When do we expect these updates to be released to the public? They will likely come sooner rather than later given that we are on the fourth betas already. A public release before the end of 2019 certain seems likely, but it’s not guaranteed.

Spot any major changes in the fourth developer beta of iOS 13.3? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter, @9to5Mac.

Apple’s recent iOS updates: 

  • iOS 13 is now available, these are the 13 best features
  • Apple releases iOS 13.1 with new AirDrop features for iPhone 11 and more
  • Apple releases iOS 13.1.1 with fixes for battery drain, Siri, iPhone restores
  • Apple releases iOS 13.1.2 with bug fixes for Camera app, iCloud backups, and more
  • iOS 13.1.3 is the latest software update from Apple to fix iPhone and iPad bugs 
  • iOS 13.2 now available with Deep Fusion, new emoji, Siri privacy settings, more
  • iOS 13.2.2 now available with fix for background app performance, more
  • Apple releases iOS 13.2.3 with more background app improvements, Mail fixes, more

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