In Act 4 Scene 3, What does the audience learn of Emilia? Does this change our opinion of Iago?

Acct 4 Scene 3

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Desdemona asks Emilia whether she would commit adultery to win her husband the world. Emilia, the more practical one, thinks that it is not too big a price for a small act; Desdemona is too good, and too devout, to say that she would do so. It is implied that perhaps Emilia has been unfaithful. No, Iago is still a huge jerk no matter which way you look at him.