iOS 13 beta 3 now available: Here's what's new

Apple has released iOS 13 beta 3 for developers, giving them a chance to check out the latest changes before the update arrives for everyone later this year. The update is relatively minor, bringing some cosmetic changes compared to the second beta, as well as subtle tweaks that improve the user experience and more. The update is available over-the-air to testers.

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Don't expect to find anything particularly exciting in the third developer beta. Many of the changes are minor tweaks that bring a bit of clarity, make it easier to access features, and similar small adjustments.

For example, the Home app now has a different transition that appears when long-pressing a tile, Apple Arcade has a new teaser image, and a new pop-up lets users know that their device's cameras don't support Secure Recording yet.

Developers have noted the existence of a subtle new change to the 'pill' animation that makes it clear which Split View window is currently being used.

iPhone XS and XS Max device owners are now seeing the FaceTime Attention Correction feature in the third beta — it's designed to improve eye contact with the device's camera during video calls.

Likewise, users are now seeing an explanation included in the Settings -> Health -> Headphone Audio Levels menu, the latest beta can take full-page screenshots outside of Safari, and the action buttons on the keyboard have been redesigned.

Other small changes discovered by developers so far include a new Noise Cancellation option within the Control Center, a big red asterisk in Contacts to distinguish emergency contacts, and new a new app animation in tvOS 13. The latest beta is available to developers now.