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Out of all of the emojis that will be coming with iOS 11.1, we are definitely most excited for the American Sign Language sign for "I Love You" because this is something that everyone should be able to get behind.

It's a perennial question asked in offices, pubs, shops and across the internet every year in the run up to the launch of a new iPhone: does Apple slow down older iPhones to make you buy new ones.

It's been nearly two weeks since Apple first released betas of iOS 11.1, macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra, watchOS 4.1, and tvOS 11.1, which means that it's time for all new builds.

On the flipside, many worry that it will significantly worsen battery life. In the new update, we are going to be seeing a ton of new emojis from Apple.

Bradford likely to start for Vikings tonight
Over the last two seasons they are 1-1 in Chicago, but since 2001 they have lost 13 of the 15 games played there. Mitchell Trubisky gets the start for the Bears , who have looked as competitive as any 1-3 team in football.

Loon Internet Balloons to Launch in Puerto Rico
In the case of Peru, Project Loon was already in the middle of tests with Telefonica in the country when disaster struck. The balloons interface with a cellular provider's network and expand connectivity between each successive balloon.

Manchester United star will play for Belgium
United are anxious Lukaku's ankle injury puts him in doubt for Saturday's clash with Liverpool in the Premier League. Fellaini is set to miss United's trip to Anfield to face Liverpool on Saturday.

We'll be retesting iPhones with iOS 11 to bring you our full verdict on whether the update is a genuine upgrade if you're now using a previous version.

If you decide to test iOS 11.1 on your iPhone or iPad you'll help Apple improve the final product. While it is true that Apple made it nearly impossible to crack the latest IOS versions, and jailbreak is not as essential as it used to be in the past, the community hasn't abandoned it yet. Make sure you pick a smartphone charger that delivers. In doing so they often get more complex as new features and technologies are added, which can lead to the app performing worse over time as the smartphone has to do more when the app launches and during its general operation.

While you might be fixated on iOS 11.1's new features you need to remember that this is a beta and betas are meant to catch issues before they appear in the final release. Though obviously not a use-case scenario that will arise frequently, if at all, the ability to power down a device via the Settings menu is very helpful in instances when a user's power button is acting up. The beta will help Apple shorten the list.

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