Apple unveiled iOS’s second major update iOS 13.2 for the iPhone along with iPadOS 13.2 for its iPad. Besides being a substantial update on the existing features and bug fixes, Apple has also added some new features to its operating systems.

Firstly, with Apple officially supporting Unicode 12.0, there are tons of new emojis added with the update. There are new incorporation such as service dog, people using wheelchairs, prosthetic arms and legs, a person with a white cane and others. You may now create a variety of hand holding couple emojis, irrespective of gender and skin tone.  New food options, animals and a yawning face are now a part of the catalog.

With iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, the update iOS 13.2 facilitates Deep Fusion, an image enhancing capability derived from machine learning. Deep fusion will optimize the nose texture and details of the image, providing a better looking photograph.

Also, you can change the the resolution and frame rate of your videos in the Camera app directly, making photography very handy.

The new update also secures your privacy by providing you with the much awaited option of opting out of Siri recordings and deleting your Siri and dictation history. All you have to do is follow Settings > Privacy > Analytics and Improvements to do so with your iPhone.

With all this, the new iOS 13.2 enables HomeKit‌ Secure Video for HomeKit-enabled cameras. It is also compatible with Apple’s new AirPods Pro.

So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and update your iPhone with its latest iOS 13.2. But before doing so, do not forget to create a backup of your device. Once done, nevigate to ‘Settings,’ then ‘General and then ‘Software Update;’ you will see ‘Update Requested…’ The update will start once it is available for the device.

Do let us know your thought around the new software, once you have had the chance to update your device!