Apple's iOS 13.2 brings Deep Fusion, AirPods Pro compatibility

IPhone users have some new features to try out.

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The new OS update gives users even more cool camera tricks.

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iPhone users can now download iOS 13.2, the latest version of Apple 's mobile software, and explore a slew of new features. With the update, iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max users will have access to a new Deep Fusion camera mode. The new image processing system taps into the A13 Bionic Neural Engine to capture images with better texture and detail, and better photos in lower light. 

iOS 13.2 also includes support for the $249 AirPods Pro, which will hit stores Wednesday. The update also brings the "announce messages" feature to regular AirPods, which lets Siri help you listen and respond to text messages. Other features include support for HomeKit Secure Video, HomeKit enabled routes and new Siri privacy settings. 

Of course, there are also more than 70 new emoji in iOS 13.2 to jazz up your messages, including animals, food, gender neutral emoji, and skin tone selection for couples emoji.

Apple released iOS 13 in September and quickly followed up with iOS 13.1 and iPad OS the following month.

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