Apple made iOS / iPadOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2, macOS Catalina 10.15.1 and watchOS 6.1 available to all users a few days ago. Now it's time to start testing the next updates for all operating systems.
The company released today the first beta versions of iOS / iPadOS 13.3 (compilation 17C5032d) of watchOS 6.1.1 (175454b) and the tvOS 13.3 (17K5433c).
For now, the new trial versions are only available to developers, but very soon they should also paint on the Apple Beta Software Program with the exception of watchOS, which is not part of the program.
For the moment we obviously don't know what's new / changed in these updates, but we are updating this article as things pop up.
Apple does not announce release dates for these updates in advance, but with testing starting now it can be said that they should be completed and released to everyone before the end of the year.
Update by Rafael Fischmann 11/05/2019 16:35
Here are the first notes about iOS 13.3 beta:
This obviously concerns a problem that we cover here on the site.
A new feature that was present in the first beta of iOS 13 has been removed and seems to be returning now in 13.3. Users can set these limits for iCloud Phone, FaceTime, Messaging and contacts.
Finally, it seems that anyone who wants to be able to disable Memojis Stickers on the iOS / iPadOS virtual keyboard now completely. Cool.
Update II 11/05/2019 at 19:30
Apple has also made available the Xcode 11.2.1 GM seed (build 11B53) for developers with critical fixes. That is, if all goes as planned, the new version will arrive soon Mac App Store.
Update III, by Rafael Fischmann 11/06/2019 s 16:35
The first test builds of iOS / iPadOS 13.3 and tvOS 13.3 are now also available to members of the Apple Beta Software Program.
Update IV, by Rafael Fischmann 11/07/2019 at 15:30
Today, in turn, Apple released to developers the macOS Catalina 10.15.2 beta (compilation 19C32e). The tests continue!
Update V, by Rafael Fischmann 11/08/2019 s 16:20
The first trial version of macOS Catalina 10.15.2 is now also available to members of the Apple Beta Software Program.
tip of Jos Augusto R. Da Silva