iOS 12.1 To Bring 70 New Emojis To Spice Up Your Messages

Apple announced 70 new emojis in iOS 12.1. Among the new emoticons, we’ll have new redhead characters, as well as others with gray or curly hair. Also, a new emoji for bald people would be available. The catalog also welcomes new animals, sports, and foods emojis. As for the smiling faces, we’ll have new emoticons, as well.

Emojis have become in recent years one of the most loved elements in instant messaging apps around the world. They are used by people all over the world to transmit their reactions without having to type.

With these 70 new emojis in iOS 12.1, which Apple has already announced during the World Emoji Day, it will be easier to find the right emoji to represent you better, as well as your favorite activities and your reactions. In iOS 12.1 you would have more emojis where to choose from, such as new clothes, symbols, food, new expressions, and mythical creatures, among others.

iOS 12.1 to bring 70 new emojis to spice up your messages as never before

The new emoji designs, created based on characters approved in Unicode 11.0, include even more hair options to better represent people with red hair, gray hair and curly hair, a new emoji for bald people and new smiling faces that give more expression to your messages, including cold appearance, party face, pleading look, and face with hearts.

The sports fan would also be happy with the new emojis in iOS 12.1, as Apple added emojis for softball, frisbee, and lacrosse. For their part, adventurers and nature lovers will enjoy new icons such as the compass and mountain boots.

In this new set of emojis, there are also animals such as a llama, a swan, a raccoon and a mosquito that join the kangaroo, lobster, parrot, and peacock already presented by Apple during the World Emoji Day. The bagel and the salt shaker join the new food emojis along with cupcakes, mango, and a green leafy vegetable, although it is hard to tell if it’s either lettuce, chard or spinach.

The new emojis in iOS 12.1 would also be available in the first iOS 12.1 Public Beta.

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