Cartoon fish, one of the most popular animated cartoons of all time, is getting a big update to Apple’s iOS 8.3 update that will add the ability to use the fish’s cartoon animations on a variety of devices.
The new update comes as the latest update to iOS 8 is rolling out across the iOS app store, and it’s also the first update that adds the ability for users to make the fish appear in their homes.
AppleInsider’s own app developer, Ben Jones, has been teasing the Fish, an animated fish that has been making its way around his home in his quest to create a cartoon.
As the Fish goes on a quest, the cartoon will begin to appear on the home screen in various locations, including the bottom of the screen, as well as the top and bottom corners of the home.
Once the Fish is in the home, he will also appear in his cartoons on a regular basis.
This is all happening while the Fish’s animation is still in effect, but he will appear in cartoons at random times on the iOS home screen.
The Fish’s new animation is a lot more streamlined than before.
It’s no longer a full-screen animated cartoon that moves in a linear fashion, but rather the animation can now be played in a way that will be easier to see when the animation is not in play.
As you can see, the Fish can now move his mouth to make his mouth look wider.
The Fish also now has a different voice and it can talk, as seen above.
The update is now available to download in the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
It also includes support for multiple displays, which will make it easier for those with multiple iPads to see the Fish when he’s in the middle of a cartoon scene.
Apple says the Fish will continue to be updated on the Apple News Feed until iOS 8 rolls out on iOS devices in the coming weeks.