After the release of four beta versions, Apple makes it available for download and installation iOS 13.2 and also iPadOS 13.2, new versions of the operating systems for iPhone and iPad that update the two platforms from the 13.1.3 versions.
The main innovations concern the introduction of the Deep Fusion photographic mode and the support of the new AirPods Pro headsets just announced by Cupertino, the first earphones with active noise cancellation of the Apple, completely renewed for design and audio reproduction, already available for pre-orders on the online store Apple is on delivery starting October 30th also in Italy.
To support the new features of the AirPods Pro, extending its compatibility to all Apple devices, in addition to iOS 13.2 and iPad OS 13.2 in the coming hours and days, updates will also be released for Mac, Apple TV and watchOS. But this is not the only novelty implemented in the updates released.
In addition to the new emojis, today's update was long overdue for it introduces the possibility for users to join or not the Apple program that allows sending anonymous transcripts of requests to Siri to improve the understanding and quality of answers of the Cupertino voice assistant .We recall that in recent weeks the news had raised a certain news that Apple used external contractors to listen to the anonymous registrations of requests to Siri, even though Cupertino has always specified that it was impossible to trace the identity and personal data of users. With this update and the possibility of choice for the user, Apple will resume the Siri revision program using only its employees.
Also included in the update are updates and retouching for the Camera app, an update for Haptic Touch that makes the option to delete apps on the Home Screen available. In all likelihood the new versions of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 contain other new features that could come to light in the hours immediately following the release.
Below are the full release notes:
The iOS 13.2 update introduces Deep Fusion, an advanced image processing system, equipped with A13 Bionic chips with Neural Engine. Now you will be able to radically improve the texture and details of your photos, reducing digital noise in low light conditions on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The update also features new and updated emojis, the ability to listen to messages via the AirPods earphones, support for AirPods Pro, HomeKit secure video, HomeKit compatible routers and the new privacy settings for Siri. Includes bug fixes and improvements.
CameraDeep Fusion for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Thanks to the Bionic A13 chip with Neural Engine, this system can acquire multiple images at different exposures and perform a pixel-by-pixel analysis, in order to combine the parts of better quality and produce photos with extraordinary textures and details and reduced digital noise, especially in conditions of intermediate or reduced brightness. Possibility to change the resolution of the video directly from the Camera app on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max .
EmojiMore than 70 emojis, new and updated ones. Included are animals, food, activities, new emojis that represent accessibility and gender-neutral ones. Also, you can now choose the complexion for the couple's emojis.
Support for AirPods earphonesSiri now read out incoming messages directly to your AirPods. Support for AirPods Pro
Home AppHomeKit's Secure Video feature allows you to record, store and review encrypted videos captured by your security cameras and detect the movement of people, animals and vehicles. Thanks to HomeKit-compatible routers you can control the items they communicate with HomeKit accessories via the internet or inside the home.
SiriWith the new security settings, you can decide whether or not to contribute to improving Siri and Dictation and whether to allow Apple to store or not the audio of your interactions when you use these features. Now, the option to delete the Siri and Dictation history from the settings is available. of Siri.
The update also offers error corrections and improvements.
- Addresses an issue that could prevent automatic password entry into third-party apps.
- Resolves an issue that could prevent the keyboard from being displayed when the search feature was used.
- Resolves an issue where the scrolling gesture to open the Home screen may not work properly on iPhone X and later models.
- Addresses an issue where the Messages app sent a unique notification when the option to send multiple alerts was enabled.
- Addresses an issue where the Messages app could display a phone number instead of a contact name.
- Resolves an issue where the opening of the Contacts app would display the last consulted contact instead of the complete list.
- Resolves an issue that prevented saving notes made through the editing feature.
- Resolves an issue where saved notes could disappear temporarily.
- Resolves an issue that could prevent the successful completion of iCloud backup after tapping Back up now.
- Improve performance when using AssistiveTouch to activate the application switcher.
How to download the update to iOS 13.2
As always, you can install the update directly from your smartphone by going to Settings> General> Software update.
After requesting the update (tap on Download and install), it will be downloaded. The system prepares the update and, after a few minutes, it will be installed automatically.
Installing the update requires at least 50% of the battery or connection to a power source.
If lupdate does not appear immediately, don't worry: it does not appear to all users immediately and you may have to wait a little longer.
If you can't upgrade in wireless mode, you can use iTunes to get the latest iOS update from Mac or PC with the device connected via USB.