Apple Likely To Rollout iOS 13.3 This Week: What To Expect


Apple has been working on multiple updates since the launch of the iOS 13. Now, the iPhone maker will likely rollout iOS 13.3 version this week according to a document released by the Vietnamese carrier called Viettel. The new version has a lot of bug fixes and a couple of new features.

Apple Likely To Rollout iOS 13.3 This Week


According to the document, the customers have been asked to upgrade their iPhones to 13.3 and Apple Watch to watchOS 6.1.1, when Viettel's eSIM service goes live by Friday, December 13. This indicates that the iOS 13.3 version is likely going to roll out this week. The developer beta build of iOS 13.3 was launched on November 5 along with iPadOS 13.3.

Apple iOS 13.3: What To Expect

Some of the features on the iOS 13.3 include allowing users to disable the Memoji stickers. The feature is for those who prefer the usual emojis instead of Apple's Memoji stickers. Additionally, the system update is adding support for USB, NFC, and Lightning FIDO-2 compliant security keys in Safari and Safari Web View.

Another feature on iOS 13.3 is that users can set Communication Limits for their kids in Screen Time. The feature was supposed to roll out in iOS 13, but was scrapped during beta testing. The Communication Limit aims to limit the timings and contacts the children communicate with and is also believed to be an additional security layer for the young smartphone users.

The Communication Limit is expected to include FaceTime, iPhone apps, and Messages as well. Parents can set time limits with the new feature. For instance, the kids can communicate with only the immediate family after nine in the night.

9to5Mac notes that Apple typically launches iOS updates on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The iOS 13.3 version will likely ship on Wednesday, December 11. Plus, the company might rollout the latest version of iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS alongside. The tvOS 13.3 is expected to allow users to revert the Top Shelf for the TV app. It allows users to view the 'Up Next Queue' from the Apple TV home screen.

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