After launching the iOS 13.1.3 update for all users yesterday, Apple now has an update ready for developers to test out.
iOS 13.2 beta 3 and iPadOS 13.2 beta 3 are now available to registered developers. The updates come one week after beta 2 was released, showing Apple is continuing to improve on iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 and get them ready for public consumption. If you've registered with Apple as a developer, you can grab iOS 13.2 beta 3 and iPadOS 13.2 beta 3 by going into Settings > General > Software Update on your device or using Apple's Developer Center on the web.
The update to iOS 13.2 will bring with it several new features. Those include Deep Fusion, a camera feature that uses pixel-by-pixel processing to optimize your photos for texture, detail, and noise; as well as 59 new emoji like a sloth, a guide dog, prosthetic arms and legs, butter, and a banjo.
Apple is including updated Siri privacy features with the update to iOS 13.2, too. With them, you can opt out of sharing your Siri audio recordings with Apple, and you can manually delete your Siri and voice dictation history. The update also includes Announce Messages with Siri, a feature that will have Siri read out your messages without unlocking your phone when you're wearing the second gen AirPods or select Beats headphones.
Apple hasn't said when iOS 13.2 will launch to the public. We typically see new updates go through at least four or five beta releases before being unleashed onto all users, though, so we're probably at least a couple of weeks away from seeing the full iOS 13.2 rollout.