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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