IOS 13.2 And iPadOS 13.2 Start Rolling Out

Ruben Fields
October 31, 2019

Apple yesterday announced its new AirPods Pro along with an iOS 13.2 update that adds support for the wireless earbuds.

iOS 13.2 exterminates numerous bugs that have manifested themselves in the popular operating system, it improves the smartphone camera with a new technology called Deep Fusion and adds over 200 new emoji for Apple fans to enjoy. Besides all the negative parts, the latest update introduced some significant new features. Beta testers are advised to unroll their iPhones if they are running an older version of iOS. Users reported that Apple Music crashes, and even if they try to reset it, the results are disappointing. I reset both HomePods hoping to fix the problem, but now I have a white swirl on top of both, and the install pop-up does not work on either HomePods, and I can no longer reset both HomePods because the long press on top no longer functions.

Moreover, the battery's life is still a big issue, causing a real frustration.

That all changes in iOS 13.2 though, although you'll need to be using either an iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max to take advantage.

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Of course, Apple's newest handsets give users plenty of options when capturing video. The user only needs to bring the iPhone near the HomePod. Also, it comes as an automatic mode, so we can't select it manually.

As such, Apple has pulled the software update and is advising users against resetting their HomePod devices at the moment. In addition, photos of three new battery cases have also been shown in iOS 13.2.

Be that as it may, there are a couple of examples when Deep Fusion won't be utilized: whenever you're utilizing the ultra wide focal point, whenever you have the "Photographs Capture Outside the Frame" is turned on, and when shooting burst photographs. Though nothing much is known so far about the launch of "AirTag", Apple is unlikely to launch the devices quitely like the new AirPods Pro. It will be available in the USA as of October 30.

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