Just one week after launching the first beta versions, Apple has now released the second beta for its operating systems iOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3, tvOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1.
Apple reveals in the note that iOS 13.3 supports NFC, USB and Lightning security keys in Safari, as well as technologies that use the WebAuthn standard. Also, there are no major changes to the iPhone’s platform – just as for iPadOS 13.3.
Apple Watch saw a change in the smartwatch app icon. In place of black in the middle of the Digital Crown, now appears a center in the gray tint. You can also disable Memoji on the keyboard and use a new communication category for Screen Time.
To top it off, tvOS 13.3 has been given back a set up for users to insert the Next videos in the top bar.
The new beta versions of Apple’s operating systems can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center for those enrolled in the company’s testing program. The update for public editions to arrive in the coming days.
Importantly, the Cupertino giant recommends users not to install their OS betas on primary devices or “mission-critical” hardware due to the slight possibility of data loss.