Apple’s iOS 13.2 Officially Rolling Out With New Privacy Features, Deep Fusion Camera Technology and more

Since the iPhone 11 series launch in September, Apple’s new devices have not disappointed in terms of photography. But there was one more thing still lacking, but the company promised to deliver at a later date. And that is Deep Fusion.

Apple promised to deliver its Deep Fusion technology on top of the already stellar iPhone 11 camera to boost the phone’s camera performance.

Deep Fusion is officially rolling out to the new iPhones as part of iOS 13.2, the latest iOS version. This technology takes advantage of the company’s new A13 Bionic SoC and the Neural Engine, together with machine learning techniques to bring pixel-by-pixel image processing.

And that is achieved by the camera snapping eight different photos every time you take a shot, then combines them to produce a high-resolution image with less noise and fine details included.

In addition to that, the new stable iOS build also brings the ability to adjust resolution settings of a video within the Camera app instead of heading to phone settings. There is also a total of 70 new emojis and a new AirPods feature that brings support for the recently announced AirPods Pro.

The much-awaited privacy options around Siri are also included. You can now choose whether Apple should store your Siri audio and recordings. Furthermore, you can also delete your Siri recording inside the Siri settings.

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