Apple Seeds Beta 4 of iOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2 and Beta 5 of watchOS 6.1 to Developers


Today Apple has seen fit to release beta 4 of iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2 and beta 5 of watchOS 6.1 to developers. the new beta builds arrive a week after the previous beta builds were released. If you're a developer, you can download the latest beta right now on your compatible devices through the Apple Developer Center. Let's dive in to see some more details on what the new builds have in store for developers.

Beta 4 of iOS 13.2 and tvOS 13.2 Released Along With watchOS 6.1 Beta 5

Starting off with iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 beta 4, it can be downloaded on your iPhone and iPad models through a profile that can be installed from the Apple Developer Center or via the over-the-air mechanism. iOS 13.2 will bring Deep Fusion for the new iPhone 11 and 11 Pro models.

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Deep Fusion is a new image processing system that takes advantage of the A13 Bionic chip and the Neural Engine. Ultimately, the integration will allow for improved indoor photos. Other than this, iOS 13.2 will also bring a handful of new emojis, new privacy options and the reintroduction of Announce Messages with Siri and much more.

tvOS 13.2 Beta 4 can be downloaded on your supported Apple TV devices via a profile that is installed using Xcode. Like previous tvOS beta releases, this one is minor as well in terms of new features. There are bound to be major bug fixes and performance enhancements for better user experience.

watchOS 6.1 and tvOS 13.2 Beta

watchOS 6.1 beta 5 is also available for developers to test and can be downloaded on compatible Apple Watch models via a proper configuration profile that is installed from the Apple Developer Center. On your iPhone, head over to the dedicated Apple Watch app and navigate to General > Software Update to install the latest beta.

Unlike iOS 13.2 beta 4, there were no forward-facing additions part of the mix. However, we will let you guys know as soon as something new is discovered. So be sure to keep a lookout for that.

This is all for now, folks. Are you looking to give the new beta of iOS 13.2 a swing? Let us know in the comments.