The iPhone 13.2 update release date is closing in, with iOS 13.2 currently available to download and install as a public beta. If you’re waiting for the official, (hopefully) stable launch, then you’ll be wanting to know when exactly you can get your hands on new features like Deep Fusion, Announce Messages to AirPods, and more. Read on to learn what we know so far about the new iPhone update release date.
When can I download the iPhone 13.2 update?
While the iPhone 13.2 update can be experienced right now in its public beta form, Apple hasn’t yet confirmed a release date for when the finished build will be rolling out to iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max devices, as well as phones from the previous series. iPad users are also waiting for the 13.2 update, with recent updates overhauling the tablet experience to be more in line with what is expected from a laptop-tablet hybrid.
If the trend continues, users can expect the iOS 13.2 release date to be sometime towards the end of October. The beta build is currently in testing and getting some final tweaks to ensure stability before a global launch. With recent updates being a little buggy and requiring rapid subsequent patches in the form of 13.1.1 and 13.1.2, it’s understandable why Apple might be taking a little extra time before rolling out the big 13.2.
Expect to be able to enjoy new features like Deep Fusion and Automated Messages in late October. (We’ll update this post as more concrete information becomes available.)
How to download and install iOS 13.2
To download and install the iPhone 13.2 update, once it becomes available, users without automatic downloads will need to follow these steps:
- Head to Settings.
- Tap “General.”
- Hit “Software Update.”
- Download and install the new iOS 13.2 update.
It’s as easy as that!