iOS 10.2 Update Is Available Now with New Emoji and New TV App
Time to get excited about that new emoji hype.
Apple has rolled out iOS 10.2, and it's brought a gaggle of new emoji, fixes, and various other updates with it, including the hotly-anticipated TV app, which creates a single sign-on app for your iPhone that will let you log into the TV and viewing apps you want to choose from the App Store.
You can check System Update for the app right now, and then sit back and check out over 100 new emoji, including various professions, faces, animals and sports. There's a heaping helping of new stuff to test out with your friends, so if you're one to typically use a lot of emoji to communicate, you should be pretty excited about this particular update.
The TV app is the most useful out of the gaggle of updates, however, which will allow you to get recommendations for new movies and TV shows, find new apps in the Store, use the Library for iTunes purchases and rentals and more. If you use Apple TV you'll likely find it profoundly useful. You can utilize the TV Provider setting within the app to log in with your streaming credentials on sites that allow you to log in with one username and password instead of being concerned about several.
For the full list of updates, check out Apple Insider's writeup here. We'll be testing out the OS to see how stable it is as well as how good (or terrible) the new emoji actually are.