08 November 2019
It is time for the latest developer beta builds. Apple has started rolling out iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, and tvOS Beta 4 along with watchOS 6.1 Beta 5 ahead of public betas. All of these are developer betas which means you will need to have an active Apple developer account to be able to download and install them.
Starting with iOS 13.2 beta, the biggest change is the addition of Deep Fusion. It is a new AI-powered image processing feature from Apple that will help iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max users get even more detailed and sharp photos. It was announced at the launch event and is now getting closer to the public availability. It makes use of Apple's new A13 Bionic chip and Neural Engine to do its magic.
Apart from this, the update will bring back Announce Messages on Siri and add new features like new emojis and some HomeKit tweaks. Apple is also introducing new iPad settings with the iPadOS 13.2 beta 4 which will later make its way to the stable channel for everyone.
tvOS Beta 4 does not bring any major changes or new features. It is packed with bug fixes and performance improvements to make the new version better to use. This is the same for watchOS 6.1 Beta 5 as well where the latest beta is aimed at improving the battery life on Apple Watch.
If you are already on the developer beta channel, you should receive all these new beta builds as OTA updates. For those who want to make a switch to the beta channel from stable, they can do so by visiting the Apple Developer Center.
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