iOS 13.2 will finally let you change video resolution through the Camera app

Apple released the second developer beta for iOS 13.2 yesterday. While the headlining feature for iiOS 13.2 is Deep Fusion, a new computational photography feature for the iPhone 11 series, yesterday's beta actually came with some notable new features.

For one thing, you can finally change the video capture resolution and frame rate through the Camera app, rather than having to go through the Settings app. All you have to do is tap on the resolution or the frame rate, and it will cycle through the various options. Apple has actually introduced a broad range of improvements to the Camera app this year, with customizations that it didn't offer before, such as the ability to change the aspect ratio of a picture that you're taking.

Another thing that's new is that you can opt out of sending Siri audio recordings to Cupertino. Previously, the company was collecting these recordings to help improve the product, but you now have the option to opt out of it.

And finally, there are new emojis, as part of the Emoji 12.0 update. Also, after adding different skin tones to emojis a few years ago, you can now adjust them for emojis with couples.

iOS 13.2 Developer Beta 2 is out now, and the public beta should be out later on today.

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