No, your iPhone does not slow down with age

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No, your iPhone does not slow down with age

Launching next week, the updated emoji range will also feature new characters announced on World Emoji Day.

"Our benchmarking data shows that, rather than intentionally degrading the performance of older models, Apple actually does a good job of supporting its older devices with regular updates that maintain a consistent level of performance across iOS versions", the release said. This v1.23 update brings some significant improvements. It features Apple Music streaming and a new Radio app. watchOS 4.1 includes new end-user features. One thing you will notice with the new emojis is that there are many that are now "genderless" since that seems to be what people have been asking for.

If you're thinking about downloading the iOS 11.1 update ahead of its release date, dig into our guide.

According to reddit though, it isn't as cut and dried as installing the new version (12.6.3; yes, it's a little confusing) and downloading apps.

Users of the newer iTunes 12.7 can still install the App Store-friendly version, but may need to create a new iTunes library due to the incompatibility of your current iTunes library with the older version. They look happy with the new emojis as they can now use all of them in a Tweet to express more of what they feel without using the words. Recently, Twitter has been found testing a new Tweetstorms feature which allows users to compose a long tweet, this feature will separate your tweet as a string of tweets with 140 characters each. As per their post, "Almost nobody can see the updated emoticons just yet". More faces, of course, including star-struck, a literal head exploding face and an emoji that raises one eyebrow. Mobile security firm Wandera took a survey with 50000 iPhone and iPad user and come up with data that suggests iOS 11 is a battery killer.

We will have to keep you informed on any more information we get about iOS 11.1, but stay tuned for the beta releases.

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