Apple releases the first beta of iOS and iPadOS 13.3

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After the official launch of iOS and iPadOS 13.2 for all users a week ago, Apple has returned to the fray with a new batch of betas with the launch of the first beta for developers of iOS and iPadOS 13.3. In addition to the launch of these betas for our iPhone and iPad as well have released the corresponding betas of watchOS 6.1.1 and tvOS 13.3. If you want to know more news about the iOS versions, keep reading.

What’s new in iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3

At first, no note for developers has been released with the news that this beta incorporates. Right now we are updating our equipment to be able to see first-hand the new features that it includes.

What will end up being solved in this beta and future final version will be the bugs reported in iOS 13.2. Among these bugs, several problems related to applications in the background and also to multitasking stand out. It is obvious that it will focus on improving the general performance of the system, but we hope that there will be other relevant developments that we will obviously include in this article.

The novelties that have been found are:

  • In the ‘Time of use’ option, the possibility of apply limits on our contacts. This can be very useful in case our children have an iPhone and we want to limit who they can contact or be contacted by.
  • New option in Settings> Keyboards that will allow us to deactivate the Memojis keyboard.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the Apple watch to not turn on and stay on the apple.
  • Correction of the failure when putting several languages ​​​​of keyboards on the iPhone.
  • The ‘Clock’ app icon is back as it was in iOS 12.1.
  • Fixed an issue that existed in iOS 13.2 with RAM usage.
  • Fixed bug in iPad notifications that occasionally appears in current versions.
  • It is now possible to use three apps at the same time on iPad with split screen mode.

In this way, you will not need to repair your iPad or iPhone if you think it has a problem, since it is possible that it is due to software problems derived from previous versions. This way you will also know which is the iOS of your iPhone.

In addition to these betas, they have also released the first betas of watchOS 6.1.1 and tvOS 13.3 in which we do not expect them to include any remarkable novelty as we have already seen in previous betas. macOS Catalina is the one that has been locked up in a drawer this time because no update to the operating system for Macs has been seen. But we already know that it has a completely different calendar, so it is possible that a beta of this system will be released in the coming days. Although, in watchOS, the possibility of uninstalling apps on the Apple Watch stands out as a novelty.

How to install the first beta of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3

If you have an iPhone compatible with iOS 13 or an iPad compatible with iPadOS, you will be able to install this beta on your device. Of course, you must bear in mind that this is not a stable version and you could find an error, so it will be It is essential to backup iPhone data to return to the latest stable version.

The steps to follow to install any of the betas are as follows:

  1. go to the Beta profiles website from the iPhone or iPad to which you want to install the beta.
  2. Choose iOS or iPad OS and click on “Download”.
  3. You will see that the developer profile has started downloading and you must accept its terms and install it from Settings.
  4. Once you have installed the profile you will have to restart the iPhone or iPad.
  5. Once the computer has restarted, go to Settings>General>Software update to be able to download and install iOS 13.3 beta 4 or iPadOS 13.3

What do you think of the news we are seeing in the betas of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3? You can leave us your impressions in the comment box.