Yes, in 2002 and 2005 they gave us The New International Version (TNIV), which opted for "gender-neutral" language (i.e., "men" and "women" became "they,", etc.)
Then 2011 brought a revised NIV (notice how the title reverted to "NIV' and dropped the "T" (i.e., "TNIV").
But don't get too excited. As Michael Marlowe put it, "...The TNIV did not sell very well...(and)...after six years of TNIV failure they announced that another revision would replace the 1984 NIV—and this turned out to be just a minor revision of the TNIV, rebranded as the NIV."
Marlowe strongly suggests reading "An Evaluation of Gender Language in the 2011 Edition of the NIV Bible:
A report from the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood."
I don't know if I am allowed to include direct links, so just Google the title, and it will get you there.
In short, while the 1984 edition of the NIV is nearing 30 years old, it remains the most faithful/reliable edition of the NIV.
If you want to stick with the NIV, then stick with its 1984 edition.
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Yes, any of the NIV Life Application Bibles published in 2011 or later would have the updated text.
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