iOS 13.2: iPhone gets new emojis and privacy options from Siri | Operational systems

The update is the fifth released after the release of iOS 13. Just over a week later, Apple released iOS 13.1, which added new features and fixed some bugs. Other bugs were fixed in versions 13.1.1, 13.1.2 and 13.1.3. To download the new version, users should go to the "Settings" menu, tap "General" and select "Software Update" the device compatible system from iPhone 6S.

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iOS 13.2 arrives with new emoji and new privacy options for Siri Photo: Disclosure / AppleiOS 13.2 arrives with new emoji and new privacy options for Siri Photo: Disclosure / Apple

iOS 13.2 arrives with new emoji and new privacy options for Siri Photo: Disclosure / Apple

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New emoji come to iPhone on iOS 13.2 upgrade Photo: Playback / EmojipediaNew emoji come to iPhone on iOS 13.2 upgrade Photo: Playback / Emojipedia

New emoji come to iPhone on iOS 13.2 upgrade Photo: Playback / Emojipedia

Among the figurines coming to iOS 13.2 are new food and object options, plus more skin tone and gender variations, including non-gender defined options. One of the new things pinching hand, called "pinching hand". When announced, the figure gained sexual connotation and became a joke on the Internet, being nicknamed "mixuruca".

Also included in the new package were some accessibility options, including people in manual and mechanized wheelchairs, others speaking in "deaf signal" language equivalent to Libras in Brazil, and human figures walking with white stools (visually impaired people). It will also be possible to combine couples manually to allow for the mixing of skin tones.

The update also brings new animals, such as the otter, the sloth, the gamb, the orangutan and the flamingo, as well as various items such as waffle, falafel, onion, garlic, oyster and juice box and mate. Figures like ice cube, stethoscope, razor, planet, banjo, ax, safety vest and blood drop were also included in iOS 13.2.

Privacy Options at Siri

The latest version of the iPhone system also brings anticipated privacy options to Siri, Apple's virtual assistant. After revelations that Apple's third-party employees listened to up to 1,000 private user recordings per day, the company added options that allow it not to share assistant and dictation audio. If the user disables data sharing, the brand will not have access to the content recorded during the use of Siri and Dictation.

iOS 13.2 asks if user wants to share Siri recordings with Apple Photo: Rubens Achilles / dnetciOS 13.2 asks if user wants to share Siri recordings with Apple Photo: Rubens Achilles / dnetc

iOS 13.2 asks if user wants to share Siri recordings with Apple Photo: Rubens Achilles / dnetc

Apple warrants that if the user decides to allow access to their recordings, only Apple employees will be able to listen to their audio, not outsourced. Like update, it is now also possible to delete all history of using Siri and Dictation, the option found in the settings of the virtual assistant.

Long awaited by users of the iPhones 11 and 11 Pro, Deep Fusion is an image processing system used by the camera to make photos look better and more realistic. The feature, available only on models released this year, uses artificial intelligence to combine multiple images with different exposures, as well as making an analysis that promises to improve texture and reduce final file noise. Another change to the iPhone Camera now allows you to change video resolution directly in the app without having to access Settings.

IOS 13.2 also brings other minor changes to the iPhone system. You can now delete applications using 3D Touch or Haptic Touch. In addition to the default actions of each app, an option to delete the program is visible without having to enable home screen reorganization.

The function of announcing messages with Siri is also back on the iPhone, allowing users of second-generation AirPods and some Beats headset models to listen, without unlocking their smartphone, to content received by certain apps, such as iMessage. The new system also comes with support for AirPods Pro, Apple's new handset announced on Monday (28).

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