Apple has released iOS 13.2 alongside the iPad equivalent, iPadOS 13.2. In addition to enabling support for the latest AirPods Pro, it also comes with a few additional features. One of it is also exclusive to the iPhone 11 line, and works to improve camera performance.
Among the most important features to come with the latest Apple mobile OS are the privacy options for Siri. Here, you can opt out of sharing Siri and dictation audio recordings to Apple, or delete them entirely. Specific to the iPhone 11 line, MacRumors reports that there’s also the option to opt out of Apple’s Research app, which the company said it would pause.
The iPhone 11 also gets the Deep Fusion camera tech, which improves photos taken indoors or in medium lighting. It will activate automatically when it’s required. The tech is made possible using the phone’s A13 Bionic chipset and machine learning.
Other additions to iOS 13.2 include new Unicode 12 emojis, which amount to 230 new characters when unique variations are taken into account.
To check if the update is available for you, head over to Settings > General > Software Update. For devices that are too old to get iOS 13.2, Apple has also released iOS 12.4.3 to keep security patches up to date.