iOS 13.2 is now available for download. The new software adds new computational photography features for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro users, new emoji, new home screen gestures and other key features. It’s always a good idea to back up your device before installing a new version of the operating system. So while you’re doing that, watch this quick video to understand what’s changed in iOS 13.2 before you install it.
Harris’ video will give you the lowdown on what’s going on in iOS 13.2 in under four minutes.
iOS 13.2 sports other functionality besides just Deep Fusion support for new iPhone 11 models. You can also use more than 70 new emoji, you can opt in and out of Siri and Dictation recording history for the first time, and it also adds Announce Messages with Siri, which enables Siri to read you incoming messages without having to unlock the device first. iOS 13.2 also adds support for the newly-announced AirPods Pro which ship later this week. Read more about iOS 13.2 here.
Without question, though, Deep Fusion is the standout feature – at least for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro users, since the computational photography features are specific to the A13 Bionic processor in the new iPhone models. We have a great explainer posted which will walk you through how this new tech works, so make sure to check it out!
Are you excited about iOS 13.2? Have you already installed it or are you holding out? Let us know in the comments.4