Today Apple rolled out the first beta for an upcoming iOS 10 update that will be available for all iOS users soon, but for now it is only available for developers.
When it is launched it will come with a set of new emoji to use and some new wallpapers to set for your device.
Called iOS 10.2, it will also come with a number of new bug fixes, performance improvements, new camera settings, and more.
If you are a registered developer, you can download the iOS 10.2 beta today from the Apple Developer Center, or via an over-the-air if you have the correct configuration profile installed.
Some of the new Unicode 9 emoji that are included in iOS 10.2, includes characters for shrugging, clown face, drooling face, selfie, fox face, owl, shark, gorilla, butterfly, avocado, and pancakes.
The new wallpapers use the same graphics that they used to market the iPhone 7, with bubbles of color.
On top of this, the iOS 10.2 update will come with an option to save your last-used camera settings, and there will be a new widget for the Videos app to display movies and TV, there’s also a new emergency contacts feature that will automatically notify your emergency contacts when you use the Emergency SOS.