Among the most important changes in the latest beta version of iOS 14.5, Apple has included 217 new emojis. Some include revamps of familiar emojis like headphones, now inspired by the AirPods Max, and a vaccine-compatible syringe emoji. As reported by Emojipedia, the update comes from the Emoji 13.1 specification that was certified in 2020 and will be officially released to the public this spring.
From the next update we will be able to use, the new emoji are the face exhaling, the face in the clouds and the heart on fire, which until now were only available in default yellow on most of the main platforms. Fixing the heart, face with spiral eyes, and a wide variety of bearded people are also part of Emoji 13.1.
Most emojis these days provide an option for a default with gender inclusion, or you can choose a specific gender to display an emoji as female or male, for example, to specify a woman with a beard or a man with a beard.
The vaccine emoji arrives
Apple has updated the syringe emoji to remove blood. This makes the emoji more versatile when is used to describe COVID-19 vaccination.
Another change has been seen in the headphone emoji. Once shown as the button on an iPhone earphone (it looks a lot like AirPods, before AirPods existed), this emoji has more recently been shown as a generic over-ear earphone.
As part of the beta version of iOS 14.5, an extensive list of important improvements and innovations have arrived that accompany the new emojis, such as gestures in Apple Music or improvements in the Shortcuts app.
As with all beta software, designs are subject to change prior to final release. But for now you can take a look at the full list from the official site of Emojipedia, and choose your favorite.
Source: iPadizate by www.ipadizate.es.
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