Apple doesn't intentionally 'slow' down old iPhones

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It's possible that the new iOS uses more resources to run the same apps, thus slowing the performance of the apps. In fact, because of the frequency of these instances, it is rumored that Apple is intentionally slowing down last-generation devices to make users buy new ones.

Apple has released a new iOS 11.1 Beta 2 update for iOS devices recently. "Before iOS 11, we only supported macOS, now everybody with a modern iPhone and iPad can directly mirror to his Samsung TV". However, CPU performance did drop slightly over time, which the release said could be due to minor iOS updates, but likely wouldn't be enough of a change for average users to notice a performance dip.

As we heard earlier Apple has released the second beta of iOS 11.1.

The 3D Touch Multitasking feature requires a 3D Touch-enabled device if you want to make the most of its use. Mac users can either perform the official process via Xcode 7 or sideload the app using the Cydia Impactor tool.

Hurrah! Now you can really be yourself in emoji form with a new set of long-awaited gender-neutral emojis.

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Since it's a beta version, there is no any option of the new emojis in the original Twitter app.

In less than a month, your iPhone is finally getting some new emoji.

Being one of the most popular microblogging site, Twitter has been offering a bunch of new features. 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. Save for later feature is also being tested by the users as the giant has started pushing the new update for the testers. Apple is now looking for feedbacks from the users around the world, soon they will fix down all the issues regarding the compatibility issues. As per their post, "Almost nobody can see the updated emoticons just yet".

Emoji was characterised as the fastest growing language in the United Kingdom by 2015 and it is said to be evolving faster than many ancient types of communication.

If you're thinking about downloading the iOS 11.1 update ahead of its release date, dig into our guide.

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