We public testers are lucky. Today Apple has released the second developer beta for iOS 13.2. As with most beta versions, developers get theirs first while public testers have to wait. Do we get our update on the same day or do we have to wait? As it turns out, Apple decided to throw a bone at us. The second public beta for iOS 13.2 is officially here.
While there are a handful of exciting new features to immerse in with Beta 2, let's not deny it. New emojis are undoubtedly the biggest change here. There are many new options to discover, including Pinch, Yawn, Otter, Sloth, Saturn and Banjo, as well as advanced accessibility emojis and skin color options.
When using 3D Touch or Haptic Touch on a home screen icon, there is also an updated one Quick action to delete apps on iOS. Speaking of quick actions: "Rearrange apps" is now called "Edit home screen". You will also hear a new sound when using 3D Touch and Haptic Touch on your iPhone.
Apple added the "Improve Siri & Dictation & Improvements" option in "Analytics" by default In Siri & Search, a "Siri & Dictation History" menu with a delete option for that history is displayed and you have Finally, video capture settings in the camera app on the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
Apple's Release Notes for 13.2 Beta 1 and Beta 2 are surprisingly short, below are the extremely short ones Release Notes for Beta 2:
Release Notes for iOS and iPadOS 13.2
Update your apps to take advantage of new features and test 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 with iOS and iPadOS 13.2, and the SDK ships with the beta version of Xcode 11.2, which comes bundled with the beta software. D ownloads is available. For Xcode 11.2 Beta compatibility requirements, see the Release Notes for Xcode 11.2 Beta.
NFC Issues Fixed
Fixed an issue that prevented the reading of certain Type A electronic IDs on iPhone 7 and 7 iPhone 7 Plus. (55880800)
To download and install the public beta 2 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, go to Settings -> General -> Software Update to start installing the latest beta build, or you can wait for it to automatically install when Automatic Updates is enabled.