Apple yesterday released iOS 13.2 beta 4, along with iPadOS 13.2 beta 4, watchOS 6.1 beta 5 and tvOS 13.2 beta 4.
When will Apple release the final version of iOS 13.2 for the general public? The date will most likely come next week, as Apple is set to launch its new Beats Solo Pro wireless noise-cancelling headphones on October 31.
These headphones indicate they require iOS 13.2, so Apple will definitely have to release the software by Tuesday, October 29, 2019. The Beats Solo Pro wireless page says it “Requires an iCloud account and macOS 10.14.6, iOS 13.2, watchOS 6.0 or later versions,” in order for the headphones to connect to your Mac, iPad or Apple Watch.
If you want an overview of all the new changes in iOS 13.2, check out the video below from EverythingApplePro:
iOS 13.2 will bring a new camera feature to the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max called Deep Fusion. The latest update also removes lag when opening the camera from the lock screen, while users can now change video resolution right within the camera app.
Apple will also now allow users to delete apps easier, right from the homescreen and also allow a new feature to temporality share audio. iOS 13.2 will also include new emojis and more, to go with a plethora of new tweaks and adjustments.
Stay tuned as iOS 13.2 final will be coming just around the corner.