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The release date of the final version of iOS 13.2 may have leaked

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Less than a week ago Apple published a new beta version of iOS 13.2. Specifically, it was the third beta version of the software update. But so far we still have no clue as to what its official launch date will be.

The arrival of iOS 13.2 Apple's iPhone and iPod touch involve new changes such as the introduction of emojis, animations, the Deep Fusion function (iPhone 11) and improvements in the user interface of some system elements.

On the other hand, the update of iOS 13.2 also brings users a new feature that allows to delete Siri's record history so that users' privacy data is not stored on Apple servers.

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What is the release date of iOS 13.2?

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<p>As they point out very well from Appleosophy, Apple is about to market new headphones <strong>Beats Solo Pro Wireless</strong>. These headphones will be wireless and will come with noise cancellation, they will be available in six options with different colors: Dark Blue, Ivory, Gray, Red, Light Blue and Black.</p>
<p>And what do Beats helmets have to do with iOS 13.2? Well, it turns out that to use these headphones users will need iOS 13.2 on their devices. And, in principle, the new Beats helmets will be marketed as of October 30. Therefore, the final version of iOS 13.2 should be publicly and officially available from the day <strong>October 29th</strong>.</p>
<p>The terms and conditions clearly reflect that headphones require compatibility with <strong>iOS 13.2, macOS 10.14.6 and watchOS 6.0</strong>. So we only have to wait a week to attend the launch of the headphones and the final version of iOS 13.2 for iPhone and iPod touch. As for iPadOS 13.2, we still have nothing confirmed but we will remain vigilant.</p>