If you're running developer betas on your Apple devices, it's time to check for updates. Today, you'll find new builds for iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, watchOS 6.1, and tvOS 13.2. As you can imagine, there isn't a lot that's new at this point, as they're minor updates and there have already been several revisions of each.
The most significant one is iOS 13.2, which includes the new Deep Fusion camera feature for the iPhone 11 Pro. Referred to as "computational photography made science", Deep Fusion takes several exposures and uses machine learning algorithms to combine them into a more detailed image.
That's not all though, as the whole set of updates will include support for Emoji 12.0, which includes 57 new emojis. It also allows you to change the skin tone on emojis with more than one person, such as couples. The ability to change skin tones on single-person emojis has been around for a while.
One other feature that you'll get in iOS 13.2 is the ability to change the resolution of videos being captured from right within the Camera app. Oddly enough, this has never been available before.
It's unclear when these updates will be released, but Apple seems to be releasing new betas on a pretty rapid pace.