IOS 9 Update Bring New Emojis

Posted: Sep 16 2015, 1:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 16 2015, 8:33pm CDT, in News | Apple


iOS 9 Update Bring New Emojis

iOS includes a middle finger emoji!

Apple will soon include new emoji symbols that are in light of 41 characters highlighted in the Unicode 8.0 redesign. It implies that 37 new emojis and also five new emoji modifiers will be added to all iOS 9 operated devices.

Almost all categories are getting a new emoji character. The People category now has a face with rolling eyes, a hugging face, a thinking face, an upside-down face, a face with a zipper-mouth, a nerd face, a face covered with a head-bandage, a face with a thermometer, as well as a money-mouth face, among many others.

The Food category also has an additional emoji lineup. It includes the widely requested taco and hotdog emojis, as well as popcorn, a cheese wedge, burrito, and a bottle with a popping cork.

Additional animal symbols consists of a lion face, a turkey, a unicorn face, a crab, and a scorpion are also added in the Nature category.

The Places classification has a position of love, a Kaaba, mosque, and a synagogue. Extra Objects emoji incorporate images speaking to a Menorah with nine branches, a cricket bat and ball, a volleyball, a field hockey stick and a hockey ball, an ice hockey stick and puck, a table tennis paddle and ball, a badminton racquet and a shuttlecock, and a bow and an arrow.

Additionally, the new line of emojis now accompanies the middle finger. It is considered as a universal symbol for an offensive term.

This image highlights distinctive skin tones. The people who do not have access to the emojis will soon get their hands on these emoji symbols once they run the iOS 9 update starting today.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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