Users Of Apple iOS 10 Beta Get 4 New Emoji Sticker Packs

Apple has released four emoji sticker packs for iOS 10 beta testers, called Classic Mac, Smileys, Heats and Hands.

Last month, at its World Wide Developer's Conference, Apple has announced the third-party integration along with a host of new messaging features, including a built-in reaction GIF search, a drawing pad and emoji suggestions.

According to Mashable, Apple's latest software, like Facebook Messenger, allows third-party developers to add through an API specially designed GIF packs or emoji to its iMessage app. Emoji lovers can enjoy the good news. It seems that iPhone's pictograph palette will become soon more extensive than ever.

Now, Apple made available a new set of emoji sticker packs that include three-dimensional smileys, old-school Mac icons, hand sings and heart animations. According to 9to5Mac, the four emoji sticker packs are already available in the iTunes app store since Friday night, July 1.

The four new animated sticker packs cater to those testing the beta version of the iOS 10 operating system. The collections of new emojis can be accessed by beta testers under a tab with the App Store icon within Apple's redesigned Messages app.

The iOS 10 mobile operating system also adds new features to Maps, Photos and Messages, as well as improvements to Apple Music and Siri. Apple News. Apple has released the first preview for developers, the iOS 10 beta. However, the iOS 10 won't be out until the fall.

A redesigned lock screen is the first thing users might notice about iOS 10. As users swipe to the right to access their camera, notifications appear larger. 

Swiping to the left takes users to their Today screen that shows all of their widgets. These features are all accessible on the lock screen, which can be useful when for those in a hurry. 

The "Raise to Wake" is another new feature that can prove really helpful. The lock screen will become visible by simply lifting the phone up. 

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