Boomers might have a headache because a ton of new emojis will be included in the next iOS release.

While it is ready to release iOS 17.4, Apple has stated that 118 new emojis will be available for the iPhone in 2024.

Although the precise release date of the update is unknown, rumors suggest Apple will make it available by March 6, which is the deadline set by the European Union for compliance with the Digital Markets Act.

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The Unicode Consortium, the core repository for all officially sanctioned emojis, includes Emojipedia, which has given its approval to Apple’s next edition, 15.1.

According to Keith Broni, principal editor of Emojipedia, “the new emojis in today’s beta release are drawn from Unicode’s September 2023 recommendations – Emoji 15.1.”

“It is likely that the final public release of iOS 17.4 will hit users in March or April of 2024, based on past history with iOS beta releases.”

You probably don’t use a lot of emojis, but be ready to learn a ton of new ones.

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These consist of a broken metal chain, a brown mushroom, a phoenix, and a lime.

Together with gender-neutral family emojis, there will also be a few new happy faces shaking their heads.

The catalog will also include a ton of side profiles of persons with various disabilities and races who are walking and running.

Apple has requested that customers update to the most recent iOS version as soon as possible. It was released on January 22.

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According to the tech behemoth, it has identified fifteen security vulnerabilities, and if it didn’t upgrade, confidential information might become public.

The discovered security holes were discovered in Mail Search, where information was purportedly accessible to third parties, and in the Safari browser, which would have allowed users’ private browsing activities to be viewed in Settings.

The WebKit browser, which powers Safari, was also found to have security flaws.

Apple said that it “doesn’t disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are available” and explained that “a maliciously crafted web page may be able to fingerprint the user.”

Users have been advised to upgrade all of their tech gadgets to the most recent software, as utilizing iPads puts them at risk as well.

Apple’s most recent software update addresses security flaws and adds a feature called Stolen Device Protection that should prevent hackers from denying iPhone owners access to their accounts in the event that their phone is lost or stolen.