Magisk has released a new version to the stable channel with the Magisk version 13.2. As far as Magisk is concerned, it is a system less rooting method which has been released for Android and has gained popularity in a short span of time. Magisk is similar to SuperSU released by ChainFire but the major difference between the two methods is that MAgisk is a rootless and system less method. This means that the developers who want to develop mods for the Magisk installer for a particular device do not need to interfere with the system present on Android for customization.
As far as the Magisk v13.2 is concerned, this version is solely focused on the bug fixes to the various bugs that were present in the previous versions, particularly the v13.1 of Magisk. Talking about the bugs that were present in the previous version, the developer has stated that the Magisk v13.1 was not running for many of the users as well as the version could be causing some problems for other devices as well. For this, the developer has released a new version of Magisk which is v13.2 which the developer states is a very critical update and the users should install the v13.2 as soon as possible.
As far as the update is concerned, the Magisk v13.2 is not a very big upgrade from the version 13.1 which was released just last week. However, the v13.2 fixes small but critical bugs that were present. Majorly, the bug caused the devices on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to not run selinux patching properly on their devices. As mentioned by the developer, the problems were mainly on the devices running Marshmallow but the other users were also facing some issues with the previous version. If you are using Magisk, you should download the v13.2 as quickly as possible from this link.