Apple has released a new set of emojis - which includes Scotland's Saltire flag - as part of the technology giant's latest software update. Once you move from iOS 10 to iOS 11.1 beta, you're stuck with iOS 11.
With this in mind, it's understandable why older iPhones can slow down when new iPhones roll out.
New versions of iOS, as well as apps created to support the iOS update, often contain features that are created to work fluidly with the hardware inside new iPhone models. Apple's iOS 11 brought some fantastic features for users to experience.
As yet we do not have a release date for iOS 11.1 beta, we are expecting the software possibly some time this month or maybe early next month. We have all of the latest details about which new emojis we will be seeing in the iOS 11.1 update.
And to make matters worse, Apple has now removed the option to downgrade to iOS 10.3.3 meaning that if you have downloaded iOS 11.02, you are stuck with iOS 11. MacOS, watchOS, and tvOS will also get the new emoji around the same time, Emojipedia reports.
Check out how to downgrade iOS 11, if Apple's new operating system is not your cup of tea. This update comes (generally) just a day or two before the more "public" beta of the build - which will probably come tomorrow.
The newest keyboard for iOS 11.1 Beta 2 works with this new collection of Emoji right out the gate.
If you wish to test out the new iOS 11.1 Beta 2 update on your iOS device, then you can do so for absolutely free of cost. Before proceeding with the update, make sure the device's battery is charged up to avoid interruption. If you use a jailbroken device, you can get switcherRadii. Once the update is ready for your device, you will receive a pop-up notification on your device. First of all, Microsoft has updated the app's UI to look great on the upcoming iPhone X. iPhone X is Apple's upcoming flagship smartphone which has an unique notch on the top of the display.