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The next big thing coming to the iPhone? Reversible emoji

What if you could reverse the directions of emoji on your phone or tablet? Wouldn’t that make it even easier to convey the message you were too lazy to text in the first place? Well, the good news is that it’s totally happening next year. Mind. Blown. The iPhone and iPad are going to be among the first devices to get the new set of reversible emoji, and that’s because of the way Apple does iOS updates.
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