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iOS 14.5 update

iOS 14.5 brings more than 200 new emojis to iPhones and iPads

February 17th, 2021

Apple is adding 217 new emoji characters to iOS 14.5 when it launches this spring. 200 of the new characters are new emojis representing couples with different skin tones. The other new emojis include three smiley faces, two hearts, a woman with a beard, a syringe without any blood, and headphones that look like AirPods …

iOS 14 Beta Emoji

Look at all the new emojis coming to iOS 14 and Android 11

July 17th, 2020

iOS 14 and Android 11 will bring over brand new emoji this fall, and some of them will be available in the beta releases that precede the rollout of the final software versions. Apple previewed 13 emoji to celebrate World Emoji Day, including ninja “Italian Hand,” and transgender symbol. Google made more changes to its …

New Emoji

A look at all of the new emojis coming to your smartphone in 2019

February 5th, 2019

If you already have trouble finding the exact emoji you’re looking for, well, things are about to get a tad more complex. Earlier today, the Unicode Consortium provided its official stamp of approval for new emojis that will likely start showing up on iPhone and Android devices later in the year. The list of new emojis …

New Emoji in Unicode 12.0

This is the first look at new emoji coming next year

August 9th, 2018

Every year, official arbiters of online expression at the Unicode Consortium consider new ways for vocabulary-deficient people to express themselves online. It’s a long and drawn-out process for new emoji to be added to the official Unicode list, which means that we’re already looking at the emoji under consideration for next year. Candidates for new emoji …

Apple new emoji

Apple shows off new emoji coming to iOS 12 for World Emoji Day

July 17th, 2018

In celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple this week announced that it will be adding over 70 new emoji characters to iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac in a free software update later this year. As expected, these emoji designs were created based on approved Unicode 11.0 characters, which we shared earlier this year. Representation …