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Apple unveils gender-neutral emoji coming to iPhone

10 October 2017, 09:13 | Jodi Jackson

New Emojis Coming in iOS 11.1 Update

Sway for iOS updated to look great on iPhone X

Apple tests out its software extensively before pushing it out to everyone, that's why it has an initiative called the 'Beta Software Program.' This means that you do not have to spend $99 on an annual basis just to try out beta software from the Cupertino company.

After Apple rolled out the iOS 11 update, users have been complaining about the new version having a lot of bugs and issue. Once you move from iOS 10 to iOS 11.1 beta, you're stuck with iOS 11. Furthermore, owners of older iPhone and iPad devices, such as iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 have had many struggles in using their phones as no matter how tempting the new features are they slow down the devices a great deal. New apps developed for the latest models might not run as smoothly on older devices. In addition to three gender-neutral characters, the update will also include ones that Apple previewed back in July for World Emoji Day such as Woman with Headscarf. Apple's iOS 11 brought some wonderful features for users to experience.

The tech giant has been steadily increasing its collection of emoji available to iPhone, iPad and Mac users over recent years, and over the weekend they announced hundreds of new icons are coming. The iPhone 7 results for iOS 10 and iOS 11 also show little difference.


Few features yet come like indoor mapping, now you can travel to any mall or shop with a map of inside so you wouldn't get lost, also new payment feature.

Apple has just recently replaced Bing with Google in iOS 11 in several places in the interface, so that more and more search traffic goes to Google.

Since Apple has chose to tease which emojis will be coming out with iOS 11.1, we thought we would give you a small rundown. In the new update, we are going to be seeing a ton of new emojis from Apple. For those who downloaded the developer preview of iOS 11 last June, however, the new emoji should have already arrived. Combined with more bloated apps, it certainly gives the feeling the things are slowing down and getting worse, even if Apple isn't intentionally reducing performance. You can update it here from App Store.



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