If you’ve been wondering when Apple is going to release iOS 13.3, documents from Vietnamese carrier, Viettel, reveal it’s going to happen next week, reports 9to5Mac:
A document from Vietnamese carrier Viettel has now confirmed that iOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1 will indeed be released next week.
Viettel’s eSIM service will go live next Friday, December 13th. As per their instructions, customers must update their iPhone and Apple Watch to iOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1 in order to use the service.
Apple normally releases iOS updates during the beginning of the week, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. This means iOS 13.3 may drop on December 10 or December 11 of next week. Expect equivalent releases for iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS and macOS.
Currently, developers have access to iOS 13.3 beta 4, released earlier this week.
According to deep dives into iOS 13.3 beta 4, there aren’t many new features coming, aside from bug fixes. One update coming is a new modem firmware for the iPhone 11 Pro Max, according to YouTube channel zollotech. The channel says this update is very fast and runs smoothly and runs “really, really well,” feeling like a golden master build: