Apple releases iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 to the public after a month of beta testing. iOS 13.2 brings a number of new features, one of them is the new Deep Fusion camera technology for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro.
Apple Releases iOS 13.2, What are its Features?
The most prominent feature brought by iOS 13.2 is the new Deep Fusion for iPhone 11 users. Deep Fusion is Apple’s new image processing technology that works in the background to improve image quality for iPhone 11 and 11 Pro users.
Quoted from 9to5Mac, Tuesday (10/29/2019), not only is the latest Deep Fusion, but iOS 13.2 also brings a number of other updates such as emojis. There are more than 60 new emoji variants on iOS 13.2 that can be found.
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iOS 13.2 also includes Announce Messages with the Siri feature that was originally intended for iOS 13. The feature allows Siri to read messages out loud to your ears when you are connected to AirPods or other headphones with Apple’s H1 chip.
In addition, iOS 13.2 also brings new Siri privacy settings that allow you to choose to opt-in or out to share Siri’s interactions with Apple. You will see a new splash screen the first time you boot into iOS 13.2 asking for preferences.
Finally, iOS 13.2 brings support for AirPods Pro that has just been announced. This includes settings for Transparency and Active Noise Cancellation modes.