Apple has released iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 for the iPhone and iPad respectively. The update features improve the usual bug fixes and security improvements. However, Apple is also adding a pocketful of new features to its operating system.
Notably, iOS 13.2 introduces a set of new emojis. The company has officially given access to Unicode 2.0. You can now create all possible combinations of handholding-couple emojis regardless of gender or skin tone.
There are new accessibility-focused emojis, such as a service dog, people using wheelchairs, prosthetic arms and legs, a person with a white cane and more. There also are new animals, a yawning face and new food options.
If you have an iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro, iOS 13.2 enables Deep Fusion, an image-processing feature that should make your photos look better thanks to machine learning-enabled processing.
It’s also worth mentioning that you can now change the resolution and frame rate of your videos in the Camera app directly. With iOS 13.2, you can opt out of sharing Siri recordings with Apple employees and delete your Siri and dictation history. To do that go to Settings > Privacy > Analytics and Improvements to opt out at any time.
Apple is always innovating and updating its operating system to give users the best of mobile phone experience.