iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2 update adds Deep Fusion mode in camera, AirPods Pro support and more

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on Oct 29 2019
iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2 update adds Deep Fusion mode in camera, AirPods Pro support and more

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HIGHLIGHTS

iOS 13.2 is now available.

The new update brings Deep Fusion camera mode and other new features.

The update is 574.5MB in size.

Apple is rolling out iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2 and tvOS 13.2 for iPhones, iPads and Apple TVs respectively. The new update brings new features like the Deep Fusion camera mode, new emojis, compatibility with the new AirPods Pro and more. The update is available for iPhone 6s and above.

Apple has been releasing a slew of updates ever since iOS 13 first came out in September. It was riddled with bugs and the iOS 13.2 update fixes a lot of them. While updating to the latest iOS is always optional, if you plan on using the new AirPods Pro, there’s no other choice. AirPods Pro are compatible with devices running at least iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, watchOS 6.1, tvOS 13.2, or macOS Catalina 10.15.1.

New features in iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2

Choose whether to share Siri recordings with Apple

The new update gives you the choice to share Siri recordings with Apple. This comes after Apple received backlash over its decision to share Siri recordings with third-party contractors to improve the service. This is despite Apple trying to position Siri as a privacy-friendly alternative to Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant.

After the update, users will prompted to choose whether they want to share Siri recordings with Apple. You can change it later in the Settings.

AirPods Pro support and Announce Messages

As mentioned earlier, iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 brings support for the new active noise-cancellation enabled AirPods Pro along with the Announce Messages feature for Siri. The update essentially adds the ability to enable or disable ANC from the Control Center. Furthermore, second-gen AirPods will be able to announce incoming messages via Siri without having to unlock your iPhone.

Deep Fusion computational Photography

One of the more significant new addition is the Deep Fusion mode in the camera. It’s Apple’s answer to Google’s HDR+ which Senior Vice President Phil Schiller called ‘computational photography mad science’. The feature works in the background and gets activated only in medium-light settings. Deep Fusion captures the same image in different exposure in rapid succession. Then they are fused using machine learning through a ‘pixel-by-pixel’ analysis of the images. Essentially, the feature combines the best parts of the series of images into one to reduce noise, improve sharpness and boost details.

The feature takes four images, out of which three are normal and another is a long-exposure. The camera app applies four processing steps on the three normal photos and merges them with the long-exposure shot which results in the final image. The feature is similar to what Google does with its HDR or other OEMs with their smart HDR algorithms.

However, you will not be able to see the feature at work. Just know that it is working in the background. It’s not something you can turn on or off and phone will decide when to use the feature depending on the amount of light available.

59 new emojis

With every new feature update, Apple introduces new emoji for users. The 13.2 update brings 59 new ones and over 70 if you count gender versions and over 200 if you factor in skin tone. These include wheelchair or with a cane, a bionic arm, swimsuits, ice cube and more.

Smart home features with HomeKit

The new update also brings HomeKit Security Video which records short videos of people, animals, cars or other objects that comes in front of your HomeKit-enabled security cameras. The update also brings support for HomeKit-enabled routers.

Bug fixes, security updates

The new update fixes bugs that popped up with the previous update like being unable to pull up the on-screen keyboard when trying to perform a search, showing phone numbers in messages instead of contact names, vanishing notes from the Notes app, and more. All of these have been fixed.

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