After an oddly extended beta period that found Apple release something similar to 427 different types of its pre-release mobile software, on Mon finally forced iOS 10 the business.2 out to an eager public. Why was the general public so anxious? Was it because iOS 10.2 fixes some crazy security openings or contributes a few groundbreaking new features? No, the public at large was anxiously awaiting new emoji. A whole load of new emoji.

Certainly, there’s a good deal of more to iOS 10.2 than new emoji just, and in this article, we’ll cover every one of the best new features that just showed up on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch thanks to iOS 10.2.

New emoji

Okay, so we have to get started on with all of iOS 10 clearly.2’s New emoji, since this is the feature iPhone users have been awaiting most eagerly. The addition of Unicode 9.0 support means that an overflow of new emoji is cleansing over iPhone and iPad keyboards worldwide. Altogether, more than 100 new emoji have been added, and it doesn’t even include all the first emoji which were updated in this era.

Below are a few of the latest new emoji that Apple added in iOS 10.2:

Click the links above to obtain additional information on each emoji thanks to Emojipedia, or check out this post to visit a rundown of each solo new emoji in iOS 10.2.

iOS 10.2 Update 5 best new iPhone features

TV app

Behind the new emoji, Apple’s new TV application is just about the most talked-about addition in iOS 10.2, though end user response through the beta period was blended. Apple’s new software is a next-generation TV guide for the streaming generation. It pulls in entries from your favorite movie and Television show loading services (besides from Netflix, and we described why back Oct) and advises content to view based on the level of popularity and viewing background. Once you decide on a Television set or movie show, the iPhone app will automatically open the appropriate iPhone app so you can start streaming on demand.

From the nifty idea, but it has been done before… and it does not include Netflix content, which is a deal-breaker for most users.