Apple’s iOS apps are getting a major update today.
Today, the iOS 7.1.2 update brings new emoji and new stickers for the Messages app.
The update includes a new “Message Hub” feature that lets users upload messages to the app and get them delivered to their friends, who can then send them back to the sender.
This feature has been on the way for a few months, but was only available on iOS 7 and iOS 7 Pro.
The update adds a new feature called “Message Delivery” that lets the Messages Hub upload a new message to the Messages App.
Messages now supports stickers.
The app also now has a new emoji to help make the app more attractive to users.
Users can now add stickers to a message or emoji.
This update also brings a new look for the app’s icons, as well as new color palettes for its app icon, menu bar, and settings.
This is the latest update for Messages since iOS 7’s introduction.
Apple has also added new emoji for new iPhone and iPad models, including the iPhone X, the iPad Pro, and the new iPad mini.
The Messages app was previously available only on iOS 8.3.3, but Apple said it will be adding support for iOS 9 in a future update.