Only minor bug fixes and stability updates are included in beta 4. That’s hardly surprising, given that the past two beta upgrades for 13.3 were also minor. The most significant change in beta 3 was the reintroduction of “Save Video as New Clip,” which Apple had deleted for some unclear reason in iOS 13
Bug fixes and other minor updates to the operating systems are anticipated to be the focus of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 betas.
Communication restrictions to screen time are also included in betas of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3, allowing users to limit communication using applications like Phone, Messages, and FaceTime to specified contacts.
Other minor tweaks and new features in iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3, such as the option to conceal Memoji from the Emoji keyboard and support for hardware authentication keys, are also being tested.
Apple has published the fourth developer of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 today, after a two-week hiatus. In addition, Apple is releasing the fourth public beta of iOS 13.3 today. tvOS 13.3 beta 4 and watchOS 6.1.1 beta 4 are also now available. In iOS 13.3, a new option in Settings allows you to prevent the Memoji keyboard from always displaying next to the emoji keyboard. Communication Limits, which enable you to establish limits depending on your connections, are now available through Screen Time.
This iOS version is now available on 3uTools, here are some instructions for installing it on your device.
- Connect your iDevice to your computer using the original USB cord, and then run 3uTools.
- Select firmware iOS 13.3 Beta 4 from the Flash & JB Easy Flash menu. Please tick the box “Retain User’s Data” if you wish to update with data. After you click “Flash,” a pop-up reminder will appear; please read it carefully.
- While flashing, keep the network and USB connections stable and patiently wait for 5 to 10 minutes. After a reboot, your iDevice will be upgraded to iOS 13.3 Beta 4.