Apple has issued the second iOS 10.2 public beta to eligible iPhone and iPad users before it's released to all next month.
iOS 10.2 beta 2 is the first version to bring Apple's new TV app, although this will show up only to users in the US.
The app, launched alongside Apple's new MacBooks last month, aggregates TV programmes and films from video apps into a single interface and will "completely change the way we watch television", according to the firm.
It's unlikely to change the way many people stream TV and films, though, as the app doesn't offer support for the two biggest streaming services: Netflix and Amazon Video.
The latest public beta release also delivers full Unicode 9 support, which means that the days of having to type out your favourite expression using dashes and brackets is finally over thanks to the addition of a 'shrug' emoji.
Unicode 9 brings 71 other emoji, which means you can also express yourself using brunch items, a gorilla face and a female face-palm. Very fitting for today.
Other changes included in the beta are new wallpapers, improvements to Apple Music, a new 'Celebrate' effect in iMessage, an option for preserving camera settings, a Videos widget, single sign-on support, and an SOS feature for quickly calling emergency services.
Apple's iOS 10.2 public beta 2 update is available to anyone registered with the public beta programme as an over-the-air download. To install it, simply go to Settings > General > Software Update and follow the on-screen instructions.
If you haven't already signed up for Apple's public beta programme, you can register for free on the firm's website.
Apple has yet to confirm a full release date for iOS 10.2, but has said that the TV app will be available to all from December.
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