Apple also fixed an annoying bug in its calculator app that was introduced with iOS 11. It's been through many rounds of beta testing, too, so we sort of already knew that it was coming and what it might feature. To close the App Switcher just use the Home button.
To update, go the Settings app General Software Update. Anyway, as for what it brings, you can expect new Unicode 10 emoji, like a pretzel, pie, insane face, t-rex, vampire, exploding head, shush face, vomiting face, love you gesture, and brain.
As for what's included, Apple is highlighting the new emoji in this update.
There's also a scarf, zebra, giraffe, fortune cookie, hedgehog, and more.
Beyond the merriment of new emoji to play with, iOS 11.1 delivers an important patch for the worrying Krack Wi-Fi vulnerability. Support for accessing the app switcher by 3D Touch pressing the edge of the display is brought back, while issues that caused photos to look blurry or not display in the People album when restoring from an iCloud backup have been addressed.
Other iOS 11.1 changes include subtle visual tweaks, updated animations, and bug fixes.
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