Apple’s iOS 13.3 Public Beta is Out to Fix Some iPhone Issues

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Shortly after Apple seeded iOS 13.2, it’s already moving forward with the next iOS update. The company has just released iOS 13.3 public beta, featuring some performance improvements and two new settings.

The iOS 13.3 beta fixes some iOS 13 issues that users have had when they found that RAM management was killing their background apps, though it is yet to be seen to what degree and how widely that fix applies.

Apart from the RAM management fix, there is another previously announced feature that has also come to the iPhone. Apple’s Communication Limits tool is already in Screen Time.

This feature lets users set time limits based on the contacts in their phones. It means that iPhone users could prevent their kids from contacting certain people when they should be doing homework, or block some contacts altogether. This feature is added as part of the Screen Time tool, and according to MacRumors, it affects not only calling and texting, but video calls as well.

The iOS 13.3 update also includes a new setting that prevents the Memoji keyboard from showing up whenever you open the emoji keyboard.

Despite the fact that the latest beta may not be as intriguing as the iOS 13.2 build, which brought the Deep Fusion camera to the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, it shows that some significant improvements are already in store.

If you want to try out iOS 13.3, you can join Apple’s beta program that features beta software for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.

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