Apple continues to test iOS 13.2 ahead of its public release.
iOS 13.2 beta 4 is now available to registered developers and it should be going live for public testers in Apple’s Beta Software Program soon. To get the update, you can go into Settings > General > Software Update on your enrolled device, or developers can download it from Apple’s Developer Center on the web.
The update to iOS 13.2 includes a few notable new features. One of them is Deep Fusion, a camera feature that uses pixel-by-pixel processing to optimize the texture, detail, and noise of your photos. Also included in the update are 59 new emoji, such as a guide dog, butter, and a banjo.
There are improved Siri privacy features, too, which let you opt out of having your Siri audio recordings sent to Apple and also lets you manually delete your Siri and voice dictation history. Apple is also adding Announce Messages with Siri, a feature that will have Siri read your incoming messages without unlocking your phone if you’re using the second gen AirPods or select Beats headphones.
Apple has not said when iOS 13.2 will launch to the public. The company typically goes through at least five or six beta tests before unleashing an iOS update to everyone, so we could see iOS 13.2 release sometime in the coming weeks.
Also available to developers today is watchOS 6.1 beta 5. There haven’t been any major new features discovered in this update, but it does likely include some bug fixes and under-the-hood performance improvements.