iOS 10.2 Is Available With New Emoji And Other Tweaks

iOS 10.2 Is Available With New Emoji And Other Tweaks
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iOS: Apple just released iOS 10.2, which alongside the usual bug fixes included in these incremental updates, also adds in some new emoji.

The big new feature here is the new TV app, which replaces the built-in Videos app, but unfortunately it’s only available in the US. Otherwise, you get over 100 new emoji (including a horrifying clown face and an avocado), a new option to preserve camera settings, a few new wallpapers, the return of star ratings in Music, some new iMessage screen effects and a few other minor tweaks. You can download iOS 10.2 for your device by heading to Settings > General > Software Update. You can find the full list of updates over at Apple.