The new version 13.2.0 update has a single patch note: “General system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience.”
Dataminer OatmealDome claimed on Twitter that the only notable changes made to the firmware appear to be an update to its ‘nim’ component (which communicates with Nintendo’s servers, and the overlay applet responsible for showing notifications.
They also noted that support had been added for CADPA, the new rating system in China.
The last major Switch update was version 13.0.0, released in September, which added support for Bluetooth audio devices.
Before that update, Switch hadn’t offered native support for Bluetooth headsets, meaning players who wanted to use a wireless headset needed to use a third-party adapter.
Since the launch of version 13.0.0, players can now directly connect Bluetooth headphones, earbuds, speakers and other audio devices to get wireless audio output from the console.
Version 13.0.0 also added a new ‘Update Dock’ option, which lets players update the firmware on the newer Switch docks which have a LAN port (such as the one included with the Switch OLED).
Before that, version 11.0.0 in November 30 was the last major update. This added a new Nintendo Switch Online app on the home screen, and enabled players to transfer screenshots and videos from their Switch album to either their smart device (wirelessly) or their PC (via USB cable).