Good news, Apple fans.
The latest operating system for Apple's iPhones and iPads - iOS 10 - is now ready for public beta testing!
If you want to put the new iOS through its paces, you'll need to head here to enrol (or enroll, if you're American) as a developer to play around with the test version of the iOS.
Be warned, it won't be perfect, but you'll get introduced to the following fun features set to change up iPhones and iPads when it launches this autumn.
QuickType is going to get a lot more useful
iMessages are getting stickers
Stickers! Like emoji, but just for iMessages (sorry Android users)!
Think of the potential for brand-based sticker packs. Just think of it. Nike stickers. Minion stickers. Bieber stickers.
Okay, stop thinking now. It's a dark, horrible future isn't it?
Siri is going to work with your apps
Straight out of the pages of a J K Rowling novel, iOS 10 will allow you to spend invisible messages to your mates - meaning both images and messages can remain hidden until a swipe reveals them.
Expect lots of immature uses. Mainly from us. "SURPRISE, giant spider! Sorry."
Tap to replace emoji
Written a text message and think it's lacking a bit of emoji love? You'll be able to tap on words for which there are appropriate emoji and swap them in.
There's a new Home app
Raise to wake