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.
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.
What's New in iOS 11.1 & iOS 11.1.2
The iOS 11.1.2 update focuses mainly on fixes for the iPhone X that are very important for many users. The update is about 50 to 60MB for most users and should install pretty quickly if you are already on iOS 11.1.1.
If you are on a much older version the update will be larger and it will include the other fixes listed below.
The iOS 11.1.1 update is out now for the iPhone and iPad. This update includes all of the changes from iOS 11.1 and two very important fixes. This small update is just over 50MB in size on most iPhones that are on iOS 11.1 already.
The iOS 11.1.1 update includes all of the same security fixes as iOS 11.1, and the new features outlined below. After a lot of iOS 11 problems, the iOS 11.1 update is about delivering a lot of fixes that will help you use the iPhone better. This is a free update that is about 200 to 300 MB in size and it is one that most users will want to install on their iPhone. Here's a full list of the changes in iOS 11.1 including many fixes for the Photos app and for Accessibility.
Apple also includes a number of important security fixes, including one for a major WiFi flaw in this update. Most users will want to install iOS 11.1 for the security updates as much as for the new emoji.