iOS 13.2 Rolled Out To iPhone 11 Models With Deep Fusion And Other Novelties And Improvements

iOS 13 represents the most significant iOS upgrade in the last years, as it came with many new features and additions, including a system-wide Dark Mode. But, some of the initially-promised functions lacked from the first iOS 13 release for iPhone 11.

Accordingly, to keep up with their own promises Apple had to speed up the process of launching new iOS updates. That brings us to the latest iOS 13.2 that launched for iPhone 11 models with Deep Fusion and other improvements and functions.

Compatible iPhone devices with iOS 13.2

  • iPhone 6S
  • iPhone 6S Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max

New features in iOS 13.2

iOS 13.2 rolled out recently for iPhone 11 series, at first. The new iOS release brings some new features and improvements. Among the most important ones, we have support for AirPods Pro, HomeKit Secure Video, Home Kit routers, as well as new privacy settings designed for Apple’s Siri assistant.

For the iPhone 11 models, the most considerable novelty is Deep Fusion. That takes advantage of the AI of the A13 chipset to process images. Deep Fusion is meant to reduce noise from photos and enhance the textures and details. The functionality will work all the time, in the background, so there won’t be any switch to turn it on or off by the users.

Besides these additions, iOS 13.2 also comes with 70 brand-new emojis, including animals, activities, foods, and more, along with customizable skin tones for couple emojis, new accessibility emojis, and a series of gender-neutral emojis.

Also noteworthy are the novelties that involve Siri. The assistant received essential security and privacy updates. For example, users can now delete the logs with previous dictations right from Siri’s settings menu. Accordingly, the iOS 13.2 release brings new features, along with security patches and privacy options.

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