New Emojis Teased By Apple, Coming With iOS 11, macOS High Sierra, watchOS 4

Here are new emojis coming with iOS 11, macOS High Sierra and watchOS 4 as all has been teased by Apple today on the eve of World Emoji Day.

Everyone aware of today’s World Emoji Day, that too, if you have been anywhere near the Internet today. That indeed means that anywhere you venture online you will be bombarded by those cute little images that mean, of course (icons/characters), most of the time you never really know what they mean – but that’s not really the matter at this point.

To celebrate the big occasion, Apple has previewed some of the new emoji characters we can expect to use when they arrive later this year. Apple will be bringing a host of new emojis to iOS, macOS and watchOS platforms later on in 2017, and all they are part of the Unicode 10 standard that was announced in June. Unfortunately, we actually don’t know exactly when Apple will have these new emoji on our devices, but nevertheless, think September’s expected arrival of iOS 11 is a fairly safe bet.

On what the new emoji shared today include Women with Headscarf, Bearded Person, Breastfeeding, Sandwich, Coconut, T-Rex, Zebra, Zombie, Elf, Star-Struck, Exploding Head, and many more that, just like the rest, are drawn to the usual high standard that we have come to expect from Apple.

The new emoji make it easier for users to express themselves with greater diversity, additional animals and creatures, new smiley faces and more.

The promotion of Apple’s World Emoji Day doesn’t stop there, either. It also confirmed that it is highlighting apps in the Apple Store which is believes showcases the ability to create or do fun things with emoji.

As already mentioned, Apple’s new emoji characters will likely land alongside new versions of iOS, macOS and watchOS later on this year which are all set to share the release cycle with new iPhone hardware, including a high end device to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the first iPhone, this time with OLED display.

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