Apple has released iOS 13.2 beta 1 for everyone. Full list of new features18
Apparently, deciding not to delay the testing process for iOS 13.2 for a long time, just a few hours after the release of the first beta version of the update for developers, Apple released a build for public testing. It can be installed by anyone who has registered in the early access program and installed a valid beta profile on their devices. To do this, just search for updates and download the current update assembly by air.
iOS 13.2 what’s new?
iOS 13.2 is already the fourth update of the operating system, which has been released since the release of iOS 13. However, like the previous ones, this one does not contain really new and useful functions, justifying the title of a functional update, except for the Deep Fusion mode for iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Here are all the innovations that we have managed to discover to date, but it is possible that over time there will be more.
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Speak messages with Siri
Siri learned to dictate messages
This function was supposed to come out with the release of iOS 13, but, as we can see, it lingered right up to iOS 13.2. It allows Siri to read messages out loud when connecting second-generation AirPods or some Beats headphones that support dictation and the “Hello Siri” command.
A new tab has appeared in the Settings app called RESEARCH. This is probably a reference to the Research Apple application, which will appear on the operating system later and will be responsible for collecting data and sending it to the company. In any case, in the description of the tab mention is made of certain sensors and sensors that calculate methods of use.
Transfer Playback to HomePod
Transfer Playback to HomePod
In “Settings” on iOS, you can now transfer track playback to HomePod. To do this, simply bring the iPhone to the top of the column, it will recognize it and begin to play it automatically.
HomeKit Accessory Grouping
Grouping devices in HomeKit
The HomeKit application has the ability to add the same devices to different groups. This will allow you to more effectively interact with those gadgets that perform several tasks at once.
3rd Generation AirPods
In iOS 13.2, an image of wireless headphones similar to AirPods was discovered, which differ from existing models by the presence of a silicone seal. Apparently, in Cupertino, they are really developing an advanced version of headphones with an in-channel type of placement that can come out closer to winter.
Despite the fact that the 13th OS on old devices (as various reviews claim) is fast (in my case, the iPhone 6s), there are still unpleasant flaws. For example, if there are a lot of folders with applications on the desktop, then switching to this desktop from the next one is always with friezes. This is noticeable to the naked eye.