Apple launches the new iOS 13.2 for iPhone and iPad users. The new update launched with some improvements and fixes for security flaws. Along with those features Apple also releases some new features including much-hyped Deep Fusion and AirPod support.
Apple Deep Fusion photography feature uses “computational photography mad science” and machine learning. It makes the photos look natural with more details. The feature is only available on the iPhone 11 series of devices.
The new update also includes new emojis. There are a total of 70 new emojis added that includes gender-neutral human emoji and some new emojis of food, activities, animals.
The update added new HomeKit features. HomeKit Secure Video now lets users capture and view encrypted video from your security cameras. It also adds support for HomeKit enabled Wi-Fi routers.
With iOS 13.2, users can opt-out of sharing Siri recordings with Apple employees and delete their Siri history. To enable the feature just head to the Settings > Privacy > Analytics and Improvements.
The update also brings some new features for AirPods. The new feature allows Siri to read incoming messages on your AirPods.
The new iOS 13.2 update is compatible with iPhone models which includes iPhone 6s and newer devices. The size of the update is in between 500-600MB.