AirPods are extremely popular and Apple continues to update them and make them better by introducing features in iOS. Let's go through all the ways that iOS 13 — and the subsequent updates — have made them even better.
After pulling iOS 13.2 for HomePod due to reports that the software was bricking devices, Apple on Wednesday released a tweaked version of the firmware to rectify the apparent issues and enable new features like audio handoff and multi-user support.
Apple has shipped iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 for iPhone and iPad, an update it is shipping now to enable support for the AirPods Pro, as well as adding new emoji and the option to opt in to the Siri request accuracy review program.
There are quite a few notable changes here in the second beta of iOS 13.2. This includes yet another noise-canceling AirPods leak, new emoji, user interface changes, the ability to opt-in to help Siri, and more. Let's go hands-on with these changes.
Apple has started to ask users if they wish to take part in the Siri quality assurance program in the latest beta for iOS 13.2, a change in policy following criticism about the iPhone maker using contractors to listen to a selection of Siri audio recordings.
Apple is now on its second set for this round of betas, with new second builds of iOS 13.2 and iPadOS 13.2 available for testing by developers along with the second tvOS 13.2 beta and watchOS 6.1's third beta.
Following the release of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1, Apple has restarted the testing cycle once again, this time testing out the first developer beta of iOS 13.2, iPadOS 13.2, and tvOS 13.2 alongside a second beta of watchOS 6.1.