Apple iOS 13.2 with Siri Privacy, Deep Fusion and More

For iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, Apple launched iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2. The update has the build number 17B84 and is slightly less than 600 MB in size for different devices. The new features in iOS 13.2 include Deep Fusion for iPhone 11, Siri privacy controls, new Unicode 12 emojis, Siri notification launch, AirPods Pro support, and home and camera app updates. The updates are now available.

With iOS 13 and iPadOS updates, Apple was very active. In recent weeks, a number of minor updates have been released. After testing started, iOS 13.2 has received 4 beta updates. Deep Fusion for iPhone 11 users is the most important feature of this update. It was announced during the launch event of iPhone 11 and enhances image capture in circumstances of mid-to-low light. The second major update is Siri Privacy Controls, which were added after it was revealed that external Apple staff are listening to Siri recordings.

iOS 13.2

Support is also included in iOS 13.2 for the new AirPods Pro. Certain notable changes include 70 new Unicode 12 emojis, the ability to change the camera app’s video quality and frame rate (iPhone 11 only!), and home app enhancements. Also in this update, Apple has finally added HomeKit Secure Videos and HomeKit security compatible routers.

iPadOS provides the same updates with the exception of specific features for iPhone. Apple also released a new HomePOD sofftware update that allowed handover support from iPhone to HomePod for music, calls and podcasts.

Download iOS 13.2 & iPadOS 13.2

Go to Settings > General > Software Update on your phone to update to iOS 13.2/iPadOS 13.2. Tap ‘ Download and Install’ when the update is shown. Make sure you’re wired to Wi-Fi and have a battery of over 50%. You need to download the IPSW firmware file for your computer if you want to do a clean install using iTunes.

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