All the new features expected to appear on your iPhone for FREE this week

APPLE'S next big iPhone launch is mere hours away and we're expecting some iOS treats that won't cost you a penny.

The star of the show is tipped to be a brand new iPhone SE, the tech giant's third version of its more budget friendly device.

But Apple hasn't forgotten existing loyal users.

There are several new bits due to arrive on iOS 15.4, which is rumoured to appear at the March 8 launch event.

New emoji

Earlier this year, Apple revealed what its next fresh batch of emoji will look like.

It included quite the mix, including a pregnant man and two saucy symbols.

One of those is the biting lip, which emoji creators described as perfect for expressing "flirtation or arousal".

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Face ID with masks

The coronavirus pandemic is not over.

Even if there are no longer any rules in England, other places in the world still at least require a face covering.

So, especially if you're travelling, this new feature could be particularly handy, as it allows you to continue using Face ID with your mask firmly on.

This means you won't have to resort to using your passcode and continue with the more convenient way when making purchases or unlocking your phone.

Universal Control

Universal Control could also launch at last, with a great way to gain extra screen space.

It allows you to turn other devices into a second display, meaning you can move things from one to the other with ease.

Apple pointed towards it launching this spring, so now seems like a good time for it to make its debut.

Gender neutral Siri

It looks like there's also a new voice in town for Siri.

Apple is apparently preparing to add a gender neutral voice into the mix, which may also appear on March 8.

In other news, prudish Nasa has admitted it may have to study sex in space if humanity is ever going to make it to other planets.

An ancient mega-landslide deep under the ocean has been uncovered which could cause a massive tsunami with "just a little shake in the wrong place".

Samsung has been accused of throttling the performance of more than 10,000 apps running on its latest smartphone.

And Nasa will let you send your name on a flight around the Moon – for FREE.

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