Last month we saw Apple officially release iOS 13, the new version of its mobile smartphone operating system, as well as the iPadOS 13, which, as the name implies, is for branded tablets.
She finally landed on some products around the world, more precisely on September 19th. And because of several issues and bugs, she had to anticipate the availability of iOS 13.1, released on September 24.
Now it starts making the first beta available to developers of iOS 13.2, iPad 13.2 and tvOS 13.2, as well as the second beta of watchOS 6.1.
New versions can be downloaded through the Apple Developer Center for members of the Developer Beta program. Generally, public variants of these builds are released a few days later on the Apple Beta Software Program website.
What’s new in iOS 13.2 is the Deep Fusion feature, announced during the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max launch event as a feature that enhances photographic quality on these models.
This feature combines multiple photos into one. It takes some pictures before and after the user presses the shutter button to merge them all and get the most detail.
Also, the Cupertino giant still released watchOS 6.1 beta 2 and tvOS 13.2 beta 1, but unfortunately it is unclear what changes are made to these versions of the operating system.
Remembering that the operating system previews are aimed at developers and count several bugs. Therefore, only install it if you are aware that your device may have problems.