In a short time, many new functions were displayed on your iPhone. For starters, iOS 13 introduced over 200 of them, including the system-wide Dark Mode. Before you even had the opportunity to breathe, came iOS 13.1 and has thrown you 22 additional features in the lap. For us beta testers, it's time to re-explore new features with the first public beta for iOS 13.2.
While iOS was pretty busy in general, is the beta test scene? Not as much. The initial beta for 13.2 is the first since iOS 13.1 Beta 4 that Apple released on September 18th. We did not get a beta for either iOS 13.1.1 or 13.1.2 because Apple just released these little updates to the general public. It's so exciting to be back on the beta driver's seat.
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For more information on the new technology, see the following explanation from The Verge:
- When you press the shutter button, the camera has already taken four pictures with a fast shutter speed to freeze the motion in the picture, and four standard screens. Pressing the shutter button will take a longer exposed shot to capture details.
- These three regular and long-exposure images are merged into Apple's "Synthetic Long" recording. This is a significant difference to Smart HDR.
- Deep Fusion captures the shortest picture with the most detail and merges it with synthetic long exposure. Unlike Smart HDR, Deep Fusion does not merge these two frames – though the Synthetic Long already consists of four previously merged frames. All frames are also processed differently from Smart HDR for noise, which is better for Deep Fusion.
- The images are processed pixel by pixel in four detailed steps, each tailored to increasing levels of detail – the sky and walls are in the lowest band, while skin, hair, fabrics, etc. lie on the highest level. This will create a series of weights for mixing the two images. The details of one and the tone, color and luminance are taken from the other.
- The final image is created.
This new update also introduces "Announce with Siri", which lets Siri read incoming messages the way you receive them when you use AirPods. The feature was originally intended for iOS 13, but was removed by Apple during the beta test. If Apple does not unplug again, the feature should be available to the public with the generic version of iOS 13.2.
You can view the following release notes for iOS 13.2 Beta 1. They are unusually short and contain only two fixed issues. For the beta version of iOS 13.2 they are exactly the same.
Release Notes for iOS and iPadOS 13.2 Beta
Update your apps to take advantage of new features. and testing your apps against API changes
- The SDK for iOS and iPadOS 13.2 supports the development of apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS and iPadOS 13.2. The SDK ships with Xcode 11, available on the Mac App Store. For Xcode 11 compatibility requirements, see the Xcode 11 Release Notes.
iCloud fixed issues
- Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented the deletion of the "Restored Files" folder under "On my iPad / iPhone." (54785368)
Siri fixed issues
- The supportedOnDeviceRecognition property now returns the correct value. (47822242)
To download and install the public beta 1 for iOS 13.2, log in to the Apple beta site, download and install the configuration profile. Then update wirelessly. If you already have the profile, click Settings -> General -> Software Update to start installing the latest beta build. If "Automatic Updates" is enabled, you can also wait until it is automatically installed.
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