iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2 Beta 2 Now Available, watchOS 6.1 Beta 3 too

Oct 10, 2019 13:56 EDT
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Apple has just seeded beta 2 of iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2 and tvOS 13.2 alongside watchOS 6.1 beta 3 to developers.

Apple's Upcoming Software Update Gets New Beta Releases - iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, tvOS 13.2, watchOS 6.1 Get Further Refinements

Though we are done and dusted with iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13 and macOS Catalina, Apple is constantly working in the background to update the existing software so that everyone gets a wonderful on-device experience in the time to come. Just a while back the company seeded iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 to iPhone and iPad developers, and it packs the much talked about Deep Fusion tech for iPhone 11 Pro. Today, that software update gets further refinements, bringing us an inch closer to final release. But given how things stand, it's quite possible that Apple will most likely release the new software either by the end of this month or the next one.

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iOS 13.2 beta along with other updates now available for developers

If you have the above mentioned betas installed on your devices, then getting the latest updates is a piece of cake. We will outline each over the air method individually in bullet points:

  • iOS 13.2 / iPadOS 13.2 beta 2 - Connect to WiFi, launch the Settings app, navigate to General > Software Update and then tap on the Download and Install button as it shows up.
  • tvOS 13 beta 2 - Turn on your Apple TV, launch the Settings app, scroll down to System, then select Software Update. Install the available update right away.
  • watchOS 6.1 beta 3 - Place your Apple Watch on its magnetic charger and then simply launch the Watch app on iPhone, navigate to General > Software Update. Tap on Download and Install as soon as the new update shows up.

At face value, it seems as though the above mentioned updates pack nothing more than a few polishes here and there. But, you'll be surprised to learn that there is quite a bit new in this update. For example, you have the option to opt out of Siri history and your audio recordings won't be shared with anyone either. Furthermore, there are new emoji thrown in the mix as well, which is always welcome. Always.

If there is something more interesting in iOS 13.2 beta or anything else, then we will definitely highlight it in a very prominent fashion. Until then, make sure that you are running the latest software update to keep things nice and smooth for you.

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