Apple just launched a big new update for the iPhone that adds tons of new emojis
Apple just launched its first major update for iOS 9, called iOS 9.1. The new software brings a few fixes and features to the iPhone, with the most prominent being the addition of more than 150 new emojis.
Here's a look at some of the new emojis:
Some of the most notable additions include the taco and burrito emojis:
And the middle finger emoji:
The new emojis are based on the Unicode 8 standard, which is a set of symbols and words that the tech industry uses to make sure emojis are consistent across different devices. We first learned about these new emojis when the developer version of iOS 9.1 launched in September, but now they're available for everyone.
To update your iPhone to iOS 9.1, head over to Settings>General>Software Update. Then from there, you'll be prompted to agree to Apple's terms and conditions before proceeding with the update. It's best to connect to a Wi-Fi network when installing the update to avoid using a lot of data.
Here's the full list of improvements you'll get with iOS 9.1:
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