iOS 10.2 update pushes out with those weirdo emoji redesigns

The betas are done and iOS 10.2 is in the books for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Courtesy of 9to5Mac, here’s a composite features list from observations of the beta testing process and the official changelog that you might be taking in when installing the big payload.

  • Three new wallpapers as seen from the beta, only for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
  • Videos replaced with TV app and widget
  • Preserve Camera setting
  • New emoji from Unicode 9.0 and a redesign
  • Live Photos gets better frame rate, stabilization
  • People album sorting improves
  • Memories don’t come out of screenshots/whiteboards/receipts
  • More RAW support
  • ‘Press and Hold to Speak’ menu under Home Button Accessibility settings
  • ‘Celebration’ and ‘Love’ Messages screen effects
  • ‘Show Star Ratings’ option under Music Settings
  • Headphone icon in status bar for Bluetooth audio devices
  • Five presses on the power button triggers SOS mode, available in India
  • Apple Music playback UI tweaks shuffle and repeat controls, library sorting
  • BraillePen14 now supported by VoiceOver
  • Notifications now appear from HomeKit accessories for functions and software updates
  • Better Bluetooth linkage and performance with third-party accessories
  • Numerous bugfixes and optimizations

A full list of changes can be found at our Via link.

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