The iOS 11 redesign is the first major update to the platform in over a decade, and while it’s a major step forward, it’s not without its glitches.
The latest version of the operating system contains a few interesting features that will make you think twice about opening the app, or clicking on the icon.
Here’s a look at what you can expect.
iOS 11 includes a new emoji system That’s not all, though.
iOS 12’s emoji feature lets you add your own unique emoji by simply tapping an icon, but iOS 11 introduced a more traditional approach.
You’ll need to tap a few icons, like the heart or square, and select an emoji that you want to add.
If you select an existing emoji, it’ll automatically populate the appropriate emoji bar for that character.
Tap on a new one, and you’ll be taken to the new emoji app.
There’s also an option to add an existing message to an existing text message, and it’s similar to how you add a new image or photo to an email.
There are also options to add a photo to a photo album, add a link to a website, and add a comment to a post.
You can also choose to add emoji for a new photo in the emoji app, too.
The app even lets you create custom emojis for a specific type of emoji, which we’ll get into later.
If the system didn’t work for you, you can change the color of an emoji by tapping a new icon on the top right corner.
You have to tap on the background color to get a preview, and the emoji will automatically change.
There is one minor bug, however.
When you tap on an emoji to select an image, the emoji won’t fill the image, but you’ll see the emoji in the app instead.
This could mean that if you’re using an iPhone that doesn’t support iOS 11, the app will only display the current emoji as the photo.
It’s unclear if this is an oversight, but if it is, it could be annoying.
You also have to manually select an icon in the list of supported emoji, and that might cause some problems with some of the more advanced emojes.
There’re a lot of annoying apps that will be blocked by iOS 11 You’ll be familiar with some popular apps like Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, and Twitter, and even Instagram.
The biggest change in iOS 10 was the addition of new third-party apps, but the update also added a lot more, including more popular third-parties like Google Hangouts, Facebook Messenger and Flickr.
To make matters worse, these apps can block new iOS 11 apps.
The list of blocked apps includes: Facebook Messenger 3G and 4G