Apple has just released to developers – just over two weeks after the third – the fourth beta versions of iOS 13.3 (build 17C5053a), from iPadOS 13.3 (ditto), the watchOS 6.1.1 (17S5449b) and the tvOS 13.3 (17K5449a).
It is worth remembering that we highlighted some news / changes in the post of the first betas, including the return of Communication Limits for Time of Use and the correction of the RAM management bug that ended up landing for everyone with the iOS / iPadOS 13.2.2.
The tvOS 13.3 will bring back an adjustment so that users can place the following contents (Up Next) back to the top operating system bar.
THE Safari iOS / iPadOS 13.3 also supports security keys compatible with NFC, USB and Lightning FIDO2 technologies. With that, Apple’s mobile browser will become compatible with accessories such as YubiKey, equipped with a Lightning connector, which can be used for even more secure two-factor authentication. When using such a key, you don’t even need to enter the code as everything is done automatically and securely.
We will stay tuned if you paint more news on the betas released today, of course!
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Update, for Rafael Fischmann Dec 6, 2019 at 15:05
Today, in turn, Apple released the macOS Catalina 10.15.2 beta 4 (build 19C56a) for developers. The tests continue!