Apple releases iOS 13.2 with Deep Fusion, new emojis, and more

Apple is releasing new software updates for iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs today, as it released iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, and tvOS 13.2. The most significant of the three is iOS 13.2, as it introduces a feature called Deep Fusion, something referred to as "computational photography mad science" when the iPhone 11 series was introduced. It takes several exposures of an image and uses machine learning in the A13 Bionic processor to create the best image.

Today's updates also include support for Emoji 12.0, for a total of 57 new characters. It also allows you to change the skin tone on emojis with two people for a range of customization options.

Another key new feature is support for AirPods Pro, which were only just announced. It also allows you to have messages read through AirPods. The updates add support for HomeKit Secure Video, HomeKit routers, and more.

Finally, Apple added some improvements to the Camera app as well, finally allowing you to adjust video resolution and frame rate within the app. Previously, the only way to do it was through Settings.

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