The rain of iOS 13 updates has already calmed, thankfully for Apple and its users. However, iOS is receiving version 13.3, which has improvements centered around parental controls. Parents will be able to better control what goes on their children's iPhones.
With the new controls, parents can limit communications made on their child's iPhones. You can set up time windows for calls, messages, or video calls in FaceTime. Additionally, it is possible to filter communications by contact.
So parents who don't want their kids to make late calls can set up iPhone this way. To use parental controls, you must configure all iPhones involved in family mode in profile settings.
Photo Gallery also received improvements
IOS 13 has received a massive improvement in the gallery app, including a photo and video editor, making editing on iPhones and iPads much better than previous versions. With iOS 13.3 the video editor has become even better as it lets you create videos from clipped clips of other videos.
So if you want to highlight only certain parts of a video, you can isolate and create clips directly for later sharing or simply save to your iPhone or iPad. Importantly, these changes are also in the iPads, in the so-called iPadOS.
In addition to parental controls and the photo gallery, updates have also reached Apple's smaller operating systems. In this case tvOS 13.3 received menu improvements and watchOS 6.1.1 received bug fixes, improving the performance of Apple Watches.
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