This week, Apple released its 3rd update for iOS 13 developer beta with more improvements and bug fixes. With iOS 13 beta 3, we get a new feature known as FaceTime Attention Correction. When this feature is enabled in the Settings app, your eye contact with the camera will be more accurate during FaceTime Video calls.

Unfortunately, I was unable to see this in action, but at least now when you are making video calls, it will be as if both parties are staring into each other’s souls even when just looking at the screen.

There is now also more information when going into the Apple Arcade section of the App Store app, which now gives a better idea of what Apple Arcade will consist of when it launches later this year.

There are no huge new features added to the beta 3 update, though should we even be expecting new features? From my past iOS beta experiences, the short answer is no. With future iOS 13 beta updates, we should only expect small refinements and bug fixes before the final version of iOS 13 is ready and released in the Fall. We did do a hands-on with iOS 13 developer beta 3 and go over more changes.

You can watch the full video below to get the lowdown on everything new in the latest beta update.

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