The Cupertino-based tech giant recently rolled out the latest update for the iOS 13.2 beta 2. The new update introduces a slew of interesting new features like 60 new emojis, new animation features, and it gives the users access to easily change video resolution and frames per second on the Camera app. But, that’s not all, the beta 2 appears to be also bricking 2018 iPad Pro models, which reportedly triggered Apple to pull out the update.

MacRumors recently reported that the latest iOS 13.2 beta 2 update is bricking 2018 iPad pro models. The update fails to properly install and entails a total restore after the device is bricked, the site claimed. The Cupertino-based tech giant most likely took note of the most recent issue, because according to the site, the iOS 13.2 beta 2 update has been pulled.

iOS Apple is currently working on iOS 13. Pictured: Apple Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi speaks about iOS 7 on stage during an Apple product announcement at the Apple campus on September 10, 2013 in Cupertino, California. Photo: Getty Images/Justin Sullivan

In other words, it is no longer available for download. When the devices are bricked by the latest iOS 13.2 beta 2 update, it requires a full restore. However, according to wccftech, even if the user tries to restore the device from DFU mode, it still fails to perform the operation. On the MacRumors’ forum, one user commented that upon installation, the latest build shows an error message stating that the update was not verified because of lack of an Internet connection despite that the connection is strong and available.

Apple will certainly release a new and safe to install the version of the iOS 13.2 beta 2, which will be available to developers. But, as of last night, it appears that the Cupertino-based tech giant has been blocking the iOS 13.2 beta 2 update from Apple iPad Pro. For now, iPad Pro users should avoid trying to install the iOS 13.2 beta 2 update.