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Apple iOS 11.0.3 rolls out, fixes two major issues

The Tech giant rolled out iOS 11, 11.0.1and 11.0.2 in less than a month and now has released iOS 11.0.3. This new iOS version fixes some bugs in the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s smartphones.


Users of iPhone 7 and 7Plus were having problems with the audio and haptic feedback motors after the iOS11.0.2 was installed. Also addressed an issue where to touch input was not responsive in some displays of iPhone 6s, which were not serviced with genuine Apple components.


Other maintenance releases are on the list and emojis is one of them. The new emojis will be released later this as soon as they get approval from Unicode Consortium as a part of Unicode 10.


Apple previewed some of the new emojis earlier this month and said it will be coming as part of iOS 11.1 but has not revealed the release date. The new designs include emojis from different categories such as food, animals and gender-neutral characters and more. 


“ The new emojis are designed to reveal every detail and adapted from approved characters in Unicode 10. iOS11.1 will also include characters announced on World Emoji Day like Woman with Headscarf, Bearded Person, Breastfeeding, Zombie, Person in Lotus Position and new food items such as Sandwich and Coconut. Also

included in the update is the Love-You Gesture, designed after the “I love you” hand sign in American Sign Language,” says Apple newsroom website.

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