iOS 10.2 – Full In-Depth Review | New Changes and Features! – Should You Update?

In today's video I present you an in-depth review of iOS 10.2 (Beta 4 and all other changes). From the new TV app that replaces the Videos application, to new Camera settings and all in-between, we show you everything you need to know about iOS 10.2 and if it's worth updating.

Of course, if you are interested in Jailbreaking you should not update regardless of the feature set.

The new iOS 10.2 replaces the inherited videos application with a brand new TV app contaning all your favorite TV subscriptions and including seamless integration with your Apple TV 4, it also bring you access directly to the iTunes store for you to be able to buy your favorite series and movies.

The new iOS 10.2 has support for Unicode 9.0 which brings new Emojis to the devices and the old ones seem to be redisgned, reshaped a little bit to look even better. If you are one of the iPhone users that make use of emojis in every text message you send, then you will love this great new addition. Also, Siri's activation menu changed a bit. If Siri is not enabled, pressing three times on the home button will show a splash screen telling you about Siri and giving you the option to either activate it or dismiss. The Camera was redesigned as well and now offers a setting to preserve the toggles such as the filter, the mode (Photo, Square, Video, Pano), and so on. 

There are more features! We reviewed them all in this video, so go ahead and watch it to get to know everything you need to know about iOS 10.2! 🙂

 

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