Apple's beta testing of iOS 13.3 continues this week.
iOS 13.3 beta 2 is now available, coming one week after the launch of the first iOS 13.3 beta. The update is also available to iPad devices as iPadOS 13.3 beta 2.
If you're a registered developer, you can get iOS 13.3 beta 2 by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your enrolled device. It's also available through Apple's Developer Center on the web. Public beta testers should see the update in the coming days.
Included with iOS 13.3 is a feature called Communication Limits. Part of Screen Time, this feature allows parents to control who their children can contact during downtime and Screen Time.
The update to iOS 13.3 also includes a toggle that prevents Animoji and Memoji stickers from being displayed as options on the emoji keyboard as well as a small tweak to the Watch app icon that changes the Apple Watch's digital crown from black to gray.
Finally, the iOS 13.3 update brings a multitasking bug fix for an issue causing apps like Safari and YouTube to reload more frequently than normal.
Apple hasn't said when iOS 13.3 will be released to everyone. iOS releases typically go through at least four or five betas before their public launch, though, so iOS 13.3 could still be a few weeks out from its full launch.
Also released to developers today is watchOS 6.1.1 beta 2. This update doesn't appear to have any major new features yet, so it may be focused on improving performance under the hood.