Yesterday, Apple launched the first developer beta of iOS 13.2. This is the first beta that includes Apple’s new Deep Fusion camera technology on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.
Deep Fusion is the new camera processing technology by Apple which works in the background to improve the image quality for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. Last month, Phil Schiller described it as “computational photography mad science”.
The launch of the first developer beta of iOS 13.2 came right after the Apple’s release of two bug fix updates for iOS 13.1.
On Friday, Apple released iOS 13.1.1, while iOS 13.1.2 was seeded on Monday. These updates were focused on iOS performance improvements and bug fixes in some applications, such as Camera app, iCloud backups, etc.
Apart from the latest iOS updates, Apple has just launched watchOS 6.0.1, featuring improvements to watch faces and more. Currently, watchOS 6.1 is in beta testing.
What’s new in iOS 13.2 beta 1:
- Messages with Siri feature returns for AirPods owners in iOS 13.2
- Handoff setting for HomePod, but not yet functional
- New Automatically AirPlay to TVs settings
- New Research section in Settings
- New in-ear AirPods with noise cancellation found in iOS 13.2 beta
Apple’s latest updates:
- Apple releases iOS 13.1 with new AirDrop features for iPhone 11, etc.
- Apple releases iPadOS 13.1 featuring Dark Mode, new Home Screen and multitasking, Arcade, etc.
- Apple releases iOS 13.1.1 with fixes for battery drain, Siri, iPhone restores
- Apple releases iOS 13.1.2 with bug fixes for Camera app, iCloud backups, etc.
- watchOS 6.0.1 for Apple Watch brings watch face improvements, etc.