Apple's got another iOS 13.3 beta ready for testers.
iOS 13.3 beta 4 and iPadOS 13.3 beta 4 are now available to both registered developers and public testers in the Apple Beta Software Program (via MacRumors). If you fit into either of those groups, you can grab the iOS 13.3 beta 4 update over the air by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your device.
If you're not yet a public tester but would like to help Apple beta test its updates before releasing them to the public, you can sign up for the Apple Beta Software Program here.
The iOS 13.3 update brings with it a few improvements. Communication Limits is a Screen Time feature that lets parents control who their children can contact. This includes the FaceTime, Phone, and Messages apps. The update also includes support for NFC, USB, and Lightning FIDO2 security keys in Safari, giving you another two-factor authentication option.
Apple is also adding a toggle that'll prevent the Memoji and Animoji stickers from showing up in the emoji keyboard, giving you quicker access to emoji if you're not a fan of Apple's versions. There's a new option to save an edited version of a video you're working on rather than saving over the original, too, and Apple has slightly tweaked the Apple Watch app icon, changing the digital crown color from black to gray.
Apple hasn't announced when it'll release iOS 13.3 to the public. We usually see five or six beta releases before an iOS update is unleashed to everyone, though, so it may still be a few weeks before iOS 13.3 is available to all.