World Emoji Day: iOS users waiting to see new emojis are enjoying fun note customization


Today is World Emoji Day, July 17, when new emojis are waiting for approval to join the next major update, Emoji 14.0, the public preview of iOS 15 allows for fun M emoji customization. 

IOS 15 also provides nine new emoji M stickers. Read on to learn about the next set of emojis that will appear on your smartphone later this year or early next year. In the draft of the emoji set, there is a greeting face, a biting lip, and something we all resonate with: low battery emoji. The heart-shaped hand emoji that has not existed until now is also in the next draft, called Emoji 14.0. 

Some other notable inclusions are a melted face, a face with wide eyes and a hand covering the mouth, and a face with a peeking eye emoji. The new emojis are scheduled to be approved in September 2021. Once approved, eligible people will use their smartphones in late 2021 or throughout 2022. When these emojis arrive, iPhone users don’t have to wait, because Apple provides elegant dresses for its users on the occasion of World Emoji Day. 

The company announced in a press release that it will provide new customized M emoji stickers in the public beta preview of iOS 15. Divided into five categories, including the option to customize your Me emoji with more than 40 outfits to reflect your style and mood, or use up to three different colours for seasonal adjustments. The next category is multicolour straps. 

Users can use the M emoji to represent their favourite sports team or university. Apple also introduced three new glasses: heart-shaped, star-shaped and retro-shaped. You can also choose the colour of the frame and lens. The remaining two categories are accessibility options and two different eye colours. 

The former allows you to represent yourself with a cochlear implant, oxygen tube or soft helmet. Using the second one, users can choose different colours for their left and right eyes. In addition, iOS15, which will be launched later this year, provides nine new M emoticons, including squeeze, wave, and light bulb moments. At the same time, users who want to try the next iOS 15 can register for the public beta through this link.

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