iOS 10.2 is out, complete with TV app and bacon emoji

Do you ever get frustrated when you have to express your love of bacon and avocados but have to deal with the complications of using the English language? Today is your lucky day, as Apple has released iOS 10.2, which contains the 72 new emojis that are supported by Unicode 9, including, you guessed it, bacon and avocados.

The news comes after the firm released a number of beta builds last week, making it clear that it was ramping up for a public release.

But new emojis aren't all that you're getting in iOS 10.2. There's also a new TV app, which Apple announced back in October. The app is meant to be a hub for all of your video content and services - except Netflix - and it should replace the Videos app entirely.

As usual, there are a ton of minor features as well. There are three new wallpapers, which you've probably already seen in iPhone 7 promotional images. Also, pressing the power button five times will call emergency services.

Finally, you might want to look into the new Camera settings. You can set it so that it will remember your settings from the last time you were in the app; for example, if you were taking a video, the next time you launch the app you'll be in video mode. There's also a setting specifically for preserving Live Photo settings, and unless you find this and turn it on, Live Photos will be enabled every time you launch Camera.

You can update your phone by heading over to Settings -> General -> Software Update. We're not seeing it on our devices that are running the Developer Betas, so it's possible that beta 7 was actually a GM seed.

Update: The build number is 14C92, which is the same as beta 7. If you're on the latest beta, you're good to go.

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