Apple has revealed some new characters of emoji that it will be carrying to all the well-matched watchOS, macOS, and iOS (probably iOS 11), which is expected to make an entry with the iPhone 8 later this year. The Cupertino-based tech major claims that the new characters in emoji relate with better diversity, and comprise more creatures and animals, fresh smiley faces, and lot more.
As per Apple, the new emoji characters will comprise characters such as woman with Bearded Person, Headscarf, and Breastfeeding, and food products such as coconut and sandwich. Animals such as Zebra, T-Rex, Elf, and Zombie are also a group of the latest emojis. There is a fresh Exploding Head and Star-Struck smiley faces to well express yourselves.
The firm made the declaration this week on the day that is celebrated as the “World Emoji Day.
In addition to all this, the company claimed that to commemorate World Emoji Day, the App Store will emphasize apps to do or make fun things with emojis. On iTunes, the company is displaying emojis as an alternative to movie titles.
While these are only a handful of the emojis that will be coming for the iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Mac owners, the Unicode 10 of last month claimed that users will receive a set of 56 fresh emojis. These comprise Hijab, Bitcoin sign, Colbert Emoji, Zombie, and Scarf among others.
The Unicode grouping blog post also cited that Unicode 10 will back more platforms along with Internet browsers. “The Unicode Standard is the base for all modern software and communications across the globe, comprising all modern browsers, operating systems, smartphones, and laptops, plus the Web and Internet (HTML, URLs, CSS, XML, and JSON),” the blog post stated.
Apple will be introducing out its iOS 11 version of OS this year. The OS variant is expected to make an entry with the upcoming iPhone 7s, iPhone 8, and the iPhone 7s Plus. The version is also anticipated to be rolled out for other later models including the iPhone 5s.
Let us see if these new emojis will be able to win the heart of its users or not.