Apple is continually making updates of iOS since it started its first iOS 13. After releasing the fourth beta version of iOS 13.3, it appears like Apple may make the stable version of iOS 13.3 available as well. It is anticipated that Apple is going to release it this week itself.
The first developer beta version of iOS 13.3 was on November 5, along with the iPad OS 13.3, and the public version of beta was released the next day. iOS 13.3 incorporates a lot of bug fixes and some new features too.
Viettel, a Vietnamese carrier released a document, by asking its customers to upgrade their devices to watchOS 6.1.1 and iOS 13.3 when the eSIM service of this telecom operator goes live by December 13. It means that Apple should be shipping the iOS 13.3 before that. 9to5Mac has first spotted the document.
The new iOS 13.3 version will allow elders to limit screen time communication. This will add a new security layer for the young users of the smartphone. Parents can restrict their kid’s contacts and timings for communication.
The feature of the communication limit will work on Phone apps, Messages, and FaceTime. Actually, the plan of making the communication limit available in iOS 13 was removed during the beta testing of it.
The new release of iOS will also permit the users to disable Memoji stickers. It would be helpful for those people who do not use Memoji and instead adhere to the emojis.
iOS 13.3 would also add support for USB, NFC, and Lightning FIDO-2 compliant security keys in Safari Web View and Safari app view.
The release of iOS 13.3 is expected by December 11. Besides, Apple is also planning further to ship an updated edition of watchOS, tvOS, and iPadOS on the same day itself.