Following a to some milestones arrival of iOS 13, at that point the update to iOS 13.1 and the release of iPadOS the next week on September 24, at that point a further steady update to version 13.1.1, 13.1.2, Apple is again looking towards the following primary release of the operating system to versions iOS 13.2.
As prediction, iOS 13.2 dropped for developers and Public Beta participants the same.
If you hopped off the beta to introduce iOS 13.1.1 (and after that iOS 13.1.2), you’ll have to re-select your device at beta.apple.com.
What is new in iOS 13.2?
Seven exciting new features is a great deal for a minor form! That said, we are getting some eagerly awaited features in iOS 13.2 Public Beta 1.
Announce Messages with Siri
Originally observed back in the first iOS 13 beta, this seems to be the key feature of iOS 13.2. Turn this on in your Siri settings to let Siri read your messages through your Airpods without connecting with your iPhone or Apple Watch. You do, obviously, must have many AirPods matched with your selected beta device to empower this.
Highlighted at the iPhone 11 event, the new Research app is a fascinating new idea, where users can volunteer to take part in medical research, using the tsunami wave of biometric data gathered by your Apple device. It’s not exactly accessible yet, yet the Privacy settings are set up for it.
It is a feature if you don’t have any acquaintance with it’s there? The new Deep Fusion photography system is an in the behind-the -scenes device for the Camera apps that captures numerous frames around the moment you click the screen catch and merges them together for the splendidly lit photograph. It’s accessible for iPhone 11 in standard or telephoto mode (not wide point) and just in low or medium light. What’s more, no, you can’t flip it by any stretch of the imagination. It’s the new standard.
This update at last lets you handoff you’re as of now playing media to your Homepod (accepting that you’re one of only a handful not many that really has one).
Automatically AirPlay to TVs
If you have an Apple TV or Airplay 2 TV, this little switch in Handoff settings will let you consequently stream video to that devices when you’re close. Could be helpful? Could be irritating? The truth will surface eventually.
Additionally in the profundities of the iOS 13.2 beta are images for new AirPods with active noise cancellation. While beta indications don’t generally liken to shipped item, these have been reputed for some time and it would bode well to get fresh hardware out in time for these special seasons.
How to get iOS 13.2?
Once you’ve downloaded the latest profile, go to Settings > General > Software Update and download the latest build.