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Apple Brings Deep Fusion Feature to iPhone 11 with iOS 13.2 Update

It was only in mid-September when the U.S. tech giant Apple has released the iOS 13 update that swept all the models starting from iPhone 6S or iPhone SE. However, the latest iOS 13.2 update has brought the Deep Fusion feature that will make only the iPhone 11 users most cheerful.

The Deep Fusion feature will make the photography experience in the iPhone 11 most fabulous as it tends to significantly improve the quality of images captured in a low-light environment. The feature will be available to users updating their OS to iOS 13.2 in their iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

The users who are using models prior to iPhone 11 will be rewarded with the other aspects of the iOS 13.2 update that includes new emoji and new features to HomeKit that helps in controlling all the smart devices in your home remotely. These apart, the update will fix a number of bugs benefiting more than half of iPhone users, all being updated to iOS 13.

Users who have not yet received the notification for iOS 13.2 OTA package can navigate to Settings > General > Software Update for checking the update.

AirPods Pro

Apple just launched the most innovative wireless earbud, AirPods Pro, that has started shipping from today and will hit the stores later this week. It has been revealed that if somebody wants to use the advanced Active Noise Cancellation feature with the $249 AirPods Pro, he/she needs to update its iPhone OS with iOS 13.2, iPad OS with iPadOS 13.2, Apple TV OS with tvOS 13.2, or use watchOS 6.1 for Apple Watch or macOS Catalina 10.15.1 for Apple computers.

Users who are using older AirPods models need not disappoint as well. On updating the relevant Apple device with iOS 13.2 or iPadOS 13.2, they can access the Announce Messages feature, in which, Siri will read a message for you whenever you receive it so that you don’t need to look at the phone for reading it yourself.

iOS 13 Update

iOS 13 brought a lot of interesting features to Apple iPhones that include the most popular visual transformation, Dark Mode. The Dark Mode or Dark Theme feature has been highly sought after by smartphone users for quite some time.

The primary reason behind the popularity of the Dark Mode is its ability to produce lesser strain on eyes while glaring at the smartphone screen, mainly at night. In the Dark Mode, the white and light grey colours get reversed to eye-comforting black and dark greys.

Just a week after releasing the major iOS 13 update, Apple came up with iOS 13.1 update in the last month to fix major issues related to crashing apps, frozen screens, and privacy errors in location permissions. The changelog of the iOS 13.1 update suggested a lot of improvements to Mail, Siri, app icons, and sign-in features.

Rashmi
Crazy about technology, sports, cinema, my colleagues, and useless anecdotes. Far too connected and curious. When I'm not on my smartphone, you can find me tinkering anything tech!

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