Fourth Beta Of iOS 13, tvOS 13.2, And Fifth Beta Of watchOS 6.1 Is Out For Testing

Apple today seeded the fourth developer beta of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2, as well as the fifth developer beta for watchOS 6.1. Those who have enrolled in Apple's Developer Program will be able to download and install the update over-the-air.

The first beta of iOS 13.2 turned on Deep Fusion features for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, a new image processing system that relies on the A13 bionic neural engine. Deep Fusion utilizes advanced machine learning techniques to pixel-by-pixel image processing to optimize texture, detail, and noise reduction for each part of the photo. It also added features like Announce Message with Siri and HomePod Handoff.

While the second beta introduced 59 new emoji that are based on approved characters in Unicode 12.0, including guide dogs, ears with hearing aids, wheelchairs, and symbols for prosthetic arms and legs. Other new emojis are; yawning faces, one-piece swimsuits, foods including waffles, Falafel fried beans, butter and garlic, and new animals such as sloths, flamingos, orangutans, and skunks.

Aside from new emojis, Apple also introduced the Siri Privacy setting called Delete Siri History that lets you delete Siri and Dictation history. You can now also uninstall a certain app by simply Haptic Touch the app icon, and then select "Delete."

No significant features or enhancements have been found on the watchOS 6.1 and the tvOS 13.2 beta, however, these updates are heavily focused on performance improvements and bug fixes.

We will update the article once we found anything new in iOS 13.2 beta 4.

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