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Apple launches the fourth beta of iOS 13.2 for developers

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Apple continues to work on its software updates to always have its products in the best conditions. Thus, one month after the launch of iOS 13, a new annual update that brought us news such as the dark mode or the new ?Start session with Apple? function, the company is located in full development of iOS 13.2. This new minor version brings with it some new features as well as bug fixes and the occasional improvement in system performance.

As you may remember, iOS 13.2 is the version that bring with you the new Deep Fusion function, capable of significantly improving the sharpness in our photographs thanks to the A13 Bionic chip and the machine learning techniques developed by Apple. In addition, it also activates message announcements for compatible headphones, and gives users the ability to choose whether or not to participate in the Siri enhancement program through a new privacy setting.

All these news, along with other minor changes and multiple bug fixes will be available in iOS version 13.2. And a few hours ago, we received the fourth beta compilation of this update, getting closer to the launch of the final version, which should not be far away. In fact, the launch could be related to the arrival of the new ?AirPods Pro?, which have begun to make an appearance in this version.

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At the moment, those who want to access these compilations they will have to register their devices in the beta program for developers. If we are not developers, we have the option of registering with the public beta program, although it is important to remember that these updates should not be installed on daily devices. In addition, it is worth remembering that a backup can avoid many dislikes if we decide to jump into the pool.