Apple today stopped signing iOS 13.2.3. It’s no longer possible to downgrade devices that have already been updated to iOS 13.3, which rolled out to everyone just over one week ago.
Apple drops first iOS 13.3.1 public beta
Public beta testers can already get their hands on the new beta for iPhones and iPads that was just seeded to developers yesterday.
iOS 13.3.1 public beta 1 is available to all members of Apple’s Public Beta Testing program starting today, bringing a bunch of performance improvements, including some crucial fixes for Screen Time.
Developers get their hands on first iOS 13.3.1, macOS 10.15.3 betas
Apple today made its first iOS 13.3.1 and macOS 10.15.3 betas available to developers.
The minor updates don’t have patch notes yet. But they likely fix a serious flaw in Communication Limits, which can allow messages to be received from unauthorized contacts, among other bugs.
New betas are also available for HomePod, iPad, and Apple TV.
Apple promises to fix big bug in iOS 13’s new parental controls feature
iOS 13.3 dropped this week, bringing a brand-new parental controls feature called Communication Limits. But it comes with a serious flaw that allows kids to bypass any rules set by adults.
Apple says a workaround is available, and it is working on a fix that will be included in a future software update.
iOS 13.3 finally lets parents set limits on texting, FaceTime and more
Parents will soon be able to limit when their children use an iPhone or iPad to talk to their friends, thanks to a long-awaited new Screen Time feature. Communication Limits were supposed to come earlier, they debuted in the first iOS 13.3 beta that launched today.