When iOS 13 was initially released, it seems that not many users were too happy with it due to the numerous bugs that were present. To Apple’s credit, the company did try to rush out new patches as quickly as possible, and if there are still bugs that have yet to be addressed in the previous update, you might want to take note of the latest release.
Apple has since announced iOS 13.2, the latest update to the iOS 13 update where based on the version number, this is a bigger update compared to the previous releases. So, what can we expect from this update? According to the patch notes, iOS 13.2 will be introducing a bunch of new emojis to the platform, new options with regards to privacy with Siri, and also a bunch of bug fixes.
In addition to that, the iOS 13.2 update will also introduce Deep Fusion. This is a feature aimed at the iPhone 11 series that will basically improve the overall quality of the photographs taken with the phone’s camera. This includes optimizing things like texture, details, and noise, where it will help boost the quality of photos taken indoors.
If you have yet to update your iPhone to iOS 13.2, the update should already be available to go ahead and update if you haven’t been prompted to already.