With iOS 13.3 Enhanced Parental Controls, You Can Monitor who your kids talk to, and when.
This unwittingly confirmed imminent release of #iOS 13.3 was in order. The new software (plus iPadOS 13.3) has been released by Apple, which focuses on improving Screen Time parental controls.
You can limit who your children can #call, #text or #FaceTime, including the management of contacts and time-specific limitations. For example, if you don't want your children to start video chatting with friends after 9 pm. If your children use apps from third parties, it will not help, but this is a beginning.
When you trim clips in photos, you can create new videos. Apple News is newly developed for News+ from newspapers like the Journal Wall Street. Stories are also easier to like or dislike.
And if the security you are concerned with, you will be happy to know that instead of typing in a password, you can plug into a FIDO2 security key. Add to it the usual bug fixing round and this is a worthwhile update, even if parental controls do not matter. This also includes one which prevents download of mail messages.
The upgrade to tvOS 13.3 is also available, but it is not almost as significant. The big change is that you can turn the top shelf of Apple TV back to reveal the upcoming queue.
And have we mentioned an update to a minor watchOS 6.1.1? It's clear that if you expect to keep up to date in the universe of Apple, Apple will have much to update-let's hope Apple will be able to slow its fast-fire releases in 2020.