Apple has released iOS 13.3 with improvements, bug fixes and additional parental controls for screentime.
The release is Apple’s eighth update since the release fo iOS 13.
The upgrade will support iPhone SE, 6S or later. iPhone 5, 6 and iPads have been cut off from the upgrade. iPads will stick to their dedicated iOs ipadOS.
These updates enable the creation of new video clips when trimming a video in photos. It adds support for NFC, USB and lightening FIDO2 Complaints security keys in Safari.
Other fixes include mail issues that may prevent downloading new messages Addressing an issue preventing deletion of mails from Gmail account, cursor not moving when long pressed
The fixes as well as resolve circumstances where the mobile data shows off when on, turning off dark mode, voice memo recordings fail to be shared with other audio clips.
Besides that, the screentime now has new parental controls. The control provides more communication limits over who their children can call, face time and message,
Users have access to Apple news. Users have access to several news stories from the Wallstreet Journal and other leading newspapers and can as well like or dislike with a tap.
Following the release of iOS 13.2 as a fix for iOS 13, the iOS could still not support FIDO2 security keys and new parental controls.
However, From a review by Gordon Kelly, a contributor to The Forbes notes that fixes through big issues still remain. For instance, several users have gone online still to lament about running into mobile data hitches.
A tweeter, @Jas88 wrote to Apple support complaining about his mobile data. He notes that after installing iOS 13.3 he no longer has mobile data on his device.
Just like the most anticipated iOS 13. The iOS came with a bunch of updates like dark mode, Apple photos. Other updates included location tracking, Apple maps, safari, Siri and keyboard among many features. Ios 13.3 has as well problems than the real fixes.
Gordon Kelly compiled list deal breakers for the iOS 13.3 from users who upgraded to the new iOS.
There is no battery improvement after upgrading to the new iOS. However, he notes that there are significantly fewer reports of general bugs concerning stability, user interface glitches and performance.