Apple just released iOS 13.3 beta 3 and iPadOS beta 3 on iPhone and iPad
The weekly release schedule of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 betas continues this week with the third developer beta. Apple rolled out the new software on Wednesday, and as with the last release, we're not expecting anything major from beta 3. That said, there are sure to be plenty of bug fixes and maybe a new feature or two if you want to download iOS 13.3 beta 3 right away. Instructions for doing so can be found below. If you’re wondering whetherIf you’re wondering whether or not your device is compatible with iOS 13.3 or iPadOS 13.3, we put together a full list below that contains every compatible device.
You no longer need Android to use your phone as a Google security key . From then on, you'll just need your iPhone or iPad nearby (plus your usual password) for two-factor authentication when you sign into Google on a desktop using Chrome.
Last year, Google announced that all Android 7+ devices can be used as two-factor authentication when signing into Gmail, Drive, and other first-party services . All iPhones can now be used as a Google security key .
You no longer need Android to use your phone. Google has Smart Lock for iOS to let you use your device's "built-in security key" -- that is, the Secure Enclave built into every iOS device with Touch ID or Face ID. From then on, you'll just need your iPhone or iPad nearby (plus your usual password) for two-factor authentication when you sign into Google on a desktop using Chrome. It uses a Bluetooth connection to ensure that it's really you and not some distant intruder.
This won't help you authenticate non-Google accounts, of course, and it could be a pain if you're the sort who upgrades devices frequently. It might beat having to buy ain certain circumstances, though, and it's more secure than relying on . ,
5 hidden Google Maps features you don’t use on your iPhone because you never knew they were there .
Google Maps is one of those apps that pretty much everyone uses regularly, and yet it still hides a ton of awesome functionality that you've probably never come across. It makes sense, of course, since it’s an app that most people don’t spend a lot of time poking around in. You open it, you search for your destination, you navigate there, and then you close the app once you arrive. If you do start poking around in Google Maps though, you’ll find that it’s a terrific app for so much more than just navigation.