With the latest official update for the iPhone, iOS 13.2, 22 new features and changes have been introduced in the iOS 13 era, building on the enhancements of iOS 13.1 and iOS 13. It's time to take a first look at the next iPhone and iOS developments as Apple releases Beta 1 for iOS 13.3 developers today, Tuesday, November 5th. t something new. Apple has discontinued this update at 13:00. EST (10:00 am PST), the traditional release time for developer betas. Speaking of which, this update is only for registered developers. If you're a public tester, you'll need to wait for the public beta launch before you dive into 1
Unlike iOS 13.1 and 13.2, 13.3 does not seem to bring many new features into the mix. Instead, this first beta seems to add stability updates to bugs found in 13.2 and earlier, including a bad RAM management patch of 13.2. If your apps are constantly reloading during multitasking, the problem should be resolved with 13.3.
In addition, screentime displays a new extension called "Communication Restrictions." This feature allows you to control who you can communicate with during "allowed screen time" as well as during downtime.
There's now a switch to turn off Memoji stickers in messages and a new Watch App logo that turns the crown gray instead of black.
Apple's release notes also provide important information about these changes, particularly to developers and bugs. This time, however, the notes are rather short, mentioning only the new networking features for developers. If you can believe, these notes are much more detailed than those of 13.2 since Apple essentially offered no notes for these releases:
iOS & iPadOS 13.3 Beta Release Notes
Update your apps to take advantage of new features and test your apps against API changes.
The SDK for iOS and iPadOS 13.3 includes support for developing apps for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS and iPadOS 13.3. The SDK ships with Xcode 11.2, available from the Mac App Store. For Xcode 11.2 compatibility requirements, see the Xcode 11.2 Release Notes.
Network – New Features
• Certain top-level domains (TLDs) such as .dev and .app are now available in the pre-load list of Foundation URLSession and NSURLConnection HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). An app that uses URLSession to call a matching URL always navigates to the URL as https: // and never as plain-text http: //. For more information about HSTS, see the HSTS specification (HTTP Strict Transport Security). (56247242)
To upgrade your iPhone to iOS 13.3 dev beta 1, you must be a registered developer. You can use the recovery image for your iPhone, available on the Developer Portal (install with iTunes or Finder), or install the configuration profile and then update wirelessly. If you already have the profile installed on your iPhone, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to start installing the latest beta build, or wait for it to automatically install when "Automatic Updates" is installed. is activated.