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Apple rolls out iOS 9.1 update, brings new emojis and improved live photos


Apple is now seeding the iOS 9.1 update to users around the world, the first major update release after iOS 9 debuted last month.

The latest update can be downloaded over-the-air by all iOS 9 users. iOS 9.1 includes a few major changes such as new emojis, support for Unicode 7 and 8, new Messages option in Settings app, and an update for the Live Photos feature on new iPhones.

new emojis


Apart from these major changes, the update also brings compatibility updates for the upcoming fourth-gen Apple TV hardware and the new iPad Pro. If you get the new Apple TV hardware, you won’t be able to set it up unless you have an iOS device running the latest 9.1 version. There are also a number of bug fixes, performance enhancements, and security fixes. Needless to say, the latest update will break the recent iOS 9 Pangu jailbreak.

In addition to iOS 9.1, Apple has also released the Mac OS X 10.11.1 update for OS X devices and watchOS 2.0.1 update for the Apple Watch.

Via: Macrumors



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