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7 Things to Know About the iPhone SE iOS 13.2.2 Update

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iPhone SE iOS 13.2.2 Update: What's New

iPhone SE iOS 13.2.2 Update: What's New

The iOS 13.2.2 update doesn't have any features or security patches on board, but it does have some fixes for lingering issues. For more on those, have a look at our guide to the update.

If you're moving from iOS 13.1.3, you get iOS 13.2's changes with your upgrade. 

Highlights from the iPhone SE's iOS 13.2 update include 70+ new emojis for the keyboard, support for Apple's new AirPods, and HomeKit upgrades. For more on the changes inside iOS 13.2, please see our guide

If you are moving from iOS 13.1.2 to iOS 13.2.2, your update has iOS 13.1.3's fixes on board. You can read about those changes right here

If you're moving from iOS 13.1.1 to iOS 13.2.2, your update comes with iOS 13.1.2's bug fixes which you can read about in our guide.

If your iPhone SE is currently running iOS 13.1, you get iOS 13.1.1's fixes with your iOS 13.2.2 update. You can learn more about those here in our guide

If you're moving from iOS 13.0 to iOS 13.2.2 you get iOS 13.1's changes with your upgrade. 

Highlights from the iOS 13.1 update included tweaked emoji characters, Share ETA in Apple Maps, and a long list of bug fixes. For more on the contents of iOS 13.1, take a look at our guide

If you're still on iOS 12, you get iOS 13.0's changes with your iOS 13.2.2 update.

The iPhone SE might be old, but it gets a very robust version of iOS 13. Some of the highlights from Apple's new operating system include Dark Mode, the new swipe keyboard, updates to the Photos app, and more. 

If you didn't use the iOS 13 beta, or haven't been following along, you'll want to take a look at our iOS 13 walkthrough. It'll take you through the key differences between iOS 13 and iOS 12. 

If you fell behind on iOS 12 updates, remember that you'll also get the features and fixes from the updates you skipped with your iOS 13 upgrade. 

If you're unfamiliar with the latest changes to iOS 12, you'll also want to take a look at our iOS 12 walkthrough. It'll get you up to speed in no time at all. 

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  1. Sergio

    09/26/2019 at 1:43 pm

    This article is completely automated. My iPhone SE has died with this update. Programmed obsolescence everywhere.

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