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Apple’s iOS 13.2 released With Deep Fusion

Apple has released iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 for the iPhones and iPads. The update carries the usual bug fixes and security improvements.

There are also some new features added to this update.

First off, there a whole bunch of new emojis and you can now create all kinds of handholding-couple emojis. There are also new animals, a yawning face and new food options.

If you have an iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro, iOS 13.2 enables Deep Fusion, an image-processing feature that should make your photos look better thanks to machine learning-enabled processing. You can also change the resolution and frame rate of your videos in the Camera app directly.

With iOS 13.2, you can opt out of sharing Siri recordings with Apple employees and delete your Siri and dictation history by simply going to Settings > Privacy > Analytics and Improvements to opt out at any time.

The iOS 13.2 enables HomeKit‌ Secure Video for HomeKit-enabled cameras and adds support for the newly announced AirPods Pro.

Before updating to iOS 13.2  ensure your device is backed up. Ensure your iCloud backup is up to date by opening the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad and tapping on your account information at the top and then on your device name. You can also plug your device in to your computer to do a manual backup in iTunes and encrypt it for security. Once this is done, you can safely update your iPhone or iPad.

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