iOS 13.2 airs with Deep Fusion, and ability to change the video resolution in the camera app on iPhone 11 series. With this update, Apple fixes one of the single biggest annoyances about shooting video on an iPhone. Besides, Apple is also airing the iOS 12.4.3 update on iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2/3, and iPod touch 6th-gen.
iOS 12.4.3 is a minor update
First, the iOS 12.4.3 is a minor update on older Apple iPhones. The company says, “iOS 12.4.3 provides important security updates and is recommended for all users.”Well, it is astonishing to see Apple updating its older iPhone lineup, till this date.
Deep Fusion feature & iOS 13.2
Second, the more important update comes the iPhone 11 series. Most importantly, the Deep Fusion feature is finally available for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. It uses the power of the A13 Bionic Neural Engine to fuse the highest quality parts of the images, which comes from multiple exposures. Short words – Deep Fusion takes photographs with better texture and low noise.
Over 70 new or updated emoji’s
Apple iOS 13.2 brings Over 70 new or updated emoji’s as well. For instance, the list now expands to numerous skin tones, gender-neutral emoji, food, animals, activities, and the new accessibility emoji.
Apart from this, all the iPhone running on iOS 13.2 will not support the newly announced AirPods Pro. iOS 13.2 also includes the Announce Messages with Siri feature, which allows Siri to read messages back to you when connected to AirPods or other headphones with Apple’s H1 chip.
Lastly, this latest firmware from Apple gives you control over Siri with new Siri privacy settings. Well, its an interesting feature that allows you to opt-in or opt-out of sharing your Siri interactions with Apple. iOS 13.2 will ask this option as a preference when you’ll first boot into this fresh new firmware from Apple.
Here are the full release notes for iOS 13.2 and iPad 13.2.
For information on the security content of Apple software updates, please visit this website: https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222