Seven Words You Can Never Say on iMessage Gifs

There are seven words you can never say on iMessage gifs. George Carlin’s famous seven words simply do not register with the default iMessage gifs and image search app in iOS 10.

The list is growing as Apple seeks to wipe out potentially offensive terms and gifs from the default iMessage gif search tool.

Carlin was famously arrested for saying the seven words you can never say on television in Milwaukee for disturbing the peace.

On iOS 10 if you try to search the iMessage gifs and image app for any of his seven words you get a message telling you there are no results.

Seven words you can never send with iMessage gifs.
Seven words you can never send with iMessage gifs.

We tried and found that the seven words you can never say on TV are the same as the seven iMessage gifs you can never send on iOS 10.

In the NSFW video below George Carlin runs through the seven words you can never say with iMessage gifs.

Apple doesn’t want to let you go to jail for using these words, and attempts to keep the iOS 10 gif search tool family friendly by blocking searches for these seven words, and many others.

We learned of this after Apple blocked the less dirty “butt” search term from the iMessage app. Deadspin discovered a very dirty My Little Pony gif when searching for “Butt” in the iMessage gif app.

If you want to send iMessage gifs with these words and with many other words and suggestive phrases that Apple deems offensive you can still get to them with the right iMessage apps.

Download the Giphy iMessage app to send these gifs all day and night long. Here’s how to install iMessage apps on iOS 10.

iOS 11 vs iOS 10: What’s New in iOS 11 & iOS 11.0.3

What's New in iOS 11.0.3

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What's New in iOS 11.0.3

The latest iOS 11 update includes all of the security fixes and new iOS 11 features that are built into iOS 11, but it adds on with many other fixes. Here is a look at what's new in iOS 11.0.3 and what it means for you. 

 - Fixes audio and haptic feedback problems on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. 

 - Fixes issue on iPhone 6s where touch failed due to non genuine Apple parts. 

Apple also warns that non-genuine displays may not work correctly, which sounds scary, but this update should actually improve the quality of how your iPhone works with third party displays that some shops will use to fix a broken iPhone screen. 

The iOS 11.0.3 update also includes the same fixes from iOS 11.0.2 and iOS 11.0.1 including;

 - Fixes an issue where crackling sounds may occur during calls for a small number of iPhone 8 and 8 Plus devices 

 - Addresses an issue that could cause some photos to become hidden 

 - Fixes an issue where attachments in S/MIME encrypted emails would not open

 - Bug fixes and performance updates

 - Security updates

If you are already on iOS 11, it is a smart idea to install the iOS 11.0.3 update so you have the latest fixes for what is a pretty buggy update overall. 

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