Apple has also released the first btas diPadOS 13.3.1, tvOS 13.3.1 and macOS Catalina10.15.3.
The Californian firm has just published the first beta for new versions of its operating systems. A publication that comes only a week after the launch of the final version of iOS 13.3 and its global launch.
A relatively fast publication which can easily be explained since a few days after the release of iOS 13.3, a flaw was discovered on the major functionality introduced by this version; the communications limit.
With iOS 13.3, parents can limit the contacts with which their children can communicate in general or during certain hours, when they are at school, for example. A limitation which can actually be overcome.
We can expect that this first beta will fix this flaw. iOS 13.3.1 should also provide fixes for various bugs, including screen time.
bta is currently only available to developers. It should be open to members of the beta testing program in the coming days and will release its secrets very soon.