Apple today released the fourth betas of their upcoming iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 updates to developers and public beta testers. The new betas come one week after the third beta releases of both operating systems.
Beta builds are available to developers over the air on the devices with the proper configuration installed. Developers can also download the new betas from the Apple Developer Center.
Public beta builds of the new operating systems can be downloaded via the Apple Beta Software Program website by users signed up to take part in the testing program. If you’re interested in trying out the betas of the upcoming operating systems you can sign up for the program by clicking the same link.
The iOS 13.2 beta includes the Deep Fusion image processing system for the cameras on Apple’s latest flagship handsets, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. Deep Fusion uses the A13 Bionic and the Neural Engine, taking advantage of machine learning techniques to do pixel-by-pixel processing of photos, optimizing for texture, details, and noise in each part of the image.
The feature is designed to improve indoor photos and photos taken at medium lighting, and is automatically activated based on the lens being used and the available light level in the room.
The 13.2 updates also brings back the Announce with Siri feature for Messages, includes new Privacy controls for the upcoming Research app. Plus, the first beta included an icon that allegedly shows the design of Apple’s upcoming third-generation AirPods, expected in 2020.
The second beta brought support for dozens of new emoji characters on iOS and iPadOS. New animals include an orangutan, sloth, otter, skunk, and flamingo. New food items include garlic, onion, waffle, falafel, butter, oyster, maté, and an ice cube.