Following the release of iOS 13 and iOS 13.1, Apple is currently beta testing iOS 13.2. The update is currently available in the Developer Beta and the Public Beta, but what about a general release?
iOS 13.2 includes several notable features. First and foremost, there are over 60 new emoji and emoji variants in iOS 13.2. Apple has previewed this emoji for the first time in the summer and they will be presented to the public with iOS 13.2.
The new Emoji include things like a new smiley face to yawn, a swimsuit, new foods like a waffle, falafel, butter and garlic and new animals like sloth, flamingo, orangutan and skunk. In total, the new 2019 emoji set includes 59 new characters that make up 75 variations when considering gender options and 230 options when skin tone options are included.
 In addition to the new emoji, iOS 13.2 also includes the announcement of messages with Siri feature, which was originally intended for iOS 13 incoming text messages. Siri transcribes the message so you can hear the text without looking at your phone or watch. You can then ignore or respond immediately, without having to say "Hey, Siri."
iOS 13.2 also includes new Siri privacy settings that allow you to enable or disable the sharing of your Siri interactions with Apple. The first time you launch iOS 13.2, a new splash screen will appear that includes:
Improve Siri and dictation by allowing Apple to save and verify audio of your Siri and dictation interactions on this iPhone and on any connected HomePod , You can change this later in the settings for each device. The data is not associated with your Apple ID and will be stored for a limited time only.
iOS 13.2 may include Apple's new Deep Fusion camera technology, especially for iPhone 11 users. Deep Fusion is Apple's new image processing technology that works in the background to enhance the image quality for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro users.
iOS 13.2 includes several other notable changes and enhancements, such as: B. New startup screen settings for iPadOS and AirPlay changes For TVs, various interface and icon optimizations, and more. Read more about 9to5Macs iOS 13.2 reporting below:
When will iOS 13.2 be released to the public?
iOS 13.2 is expected to be released to the general public at the end of October. Apple is currently in the third developer beta of iOS 13.2 and the fourth could be released later this week.
Also, the new Beats Solo Pro headphones will be released on October 30th. Apple's product page for Solo Pro requires iOS 13.2 for some features. It is unlikely, but not impossible, that Apple will release the new Solo Pro headphones without iOS 13.2.
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