Apple released the fourth beta version for iOS 13.2 And iPadOS 13.2 to developers. Although it’s been a week for the release of the third beta and month for the release of the iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1. From the Apple developer center, the fourth beta for iOS and iPadOS 13.2 can be downloaded.
With iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models, iOS 13.2 presents Deep fusion with cameras. Deep Fusion is the latest A13 Bionic and Neural Engine image processing platform. Deep Fusion uses machine learning strategies to analyze pixel by pixel. Refining each component of the image for texture, data, and noise.
The update brings the new privacy option that allows the sharing of Siri and dictation Audio recording with Apple. It is featured with an option to delete Siri and dictation history. This feature control moreover on Siri. Apple had re-established the Announce Message with the Siri features. Which most importantly read the incoming messages without unlocking the iPhones. Those attributes work on the AirPods and Beats Pro of the second generation.
The beta comprises the new privacy settings for the incoming Apple app. An update on the volume bar in the Control Center that displays AirPods and Beat icon. Toggle a new transfer to HomePod in the settings app to turn over to HomePod. A well as includes the beneficial HomeKit products as multiple tiles or a single tile.
It also encompasses the option to delete the app from the Home screen on the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro. It also contains the additional option change video recording settings right from the camera app.
Additional information on what’s new on betas of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS can be previewed on the previous article of the beta version.