Only a week after the launch of the second beta of iOS (and iPadOS) 13.3.1 Apple today launched a new ration of betas. This is about this occasion the third beta of this version of the mobile operating system of Cupertino, which on this occasion have been released jointly with the public beta, so both developers and users targeted to the Apple beta program may already have it.
This third beta comes to solve a problem with parental control that allow children, even with active parental control, to register new contacts through the messages application, then communicate freely with the new contact. One of the functions of parental control tries to limit the number of contacts to which children have access, and a code is usually requested to register a new number in the phonebook. Apparently, there is a bug in version 2 of the beta that allows you to register a contact without asking for the parental code, upon receiving a message from an unknown number, through that message you can add the number to the agenda without any restriction. In addition to this, some bugs related to CarPlay have also been fixed..
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The third version of the betas of MacOS Catalina 10.15.3, WatchOS 6.1.2 and TvOS 13.3.1 can also be installed. If you are not registered in the Apple beta program you can do it from the same page, and test before the new versions of Cupertino's systems are released to the public. Always remember to make a backup of your devices before installing a non-definitive version and remember that it is always done at the user's own risk. While the developers are always the first updates, in the public beta program you will usually have new betas shortly after them.