Apple released iOS 13 beta 3 today for developers and the release has brought some new features, according to early hands-on tests of the software.
YouTube channel Brandon Butch shared an early video of what’s new on iOS 13 beta 3, detailing some minor changes.
Butch says iOS 13 beta 3 hasn’t been released for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus yet, but should be out soon.
As for changes, he says 3D Touch is “more prominent” on his iPhone 6s, while the dictation icon in the iOS keyboard is now bigger and now is a solid dark colour.
In Markup, there’s a new feature to adjust opacity on a screenshot, for example.
In FaceTime settings, there’s a new feature called FaceTime Attention Correction, which says when turned on, will make eye contact more accurate during FaceTime video calls.
In the Mail app, the archive button is now purple instead of blue, while the App Store’s Arcade tab now shows more info instead of just being a landing page.
In Settings, the Motion & Fitness icon is now new, sporting a green icon instead of previously being orange.
Dynamic wallpapers now work as expected and are fluid, whereas in the first couple betas they were broken.
Check out the full video below: