With each new version of Apple’s operating system -and in many cases via minor update-, the company take advantage to update its catalog of emojis with the new options of the Unicode Consortium, the organization that updates the list of emojis and their descriptions. How could it be otherwise, Apple will introduce 13 new emojis in its catalog available on iOS, iPadOS and Mac with the arrival of the new systems in the fall .
This time there are a total of 13 new emojis available, including the expected ninja emoji, along with others highly requested by the company, including the already-turned-meme, hand pinching associated with the classic Italian gesture.
Also on this occasion, it is included in the catalog of emojis, and for the first time, the transgender sign, approved by Unicode last January with the intention of making the entire catalog more inclusive. The face is also introduced with tears and veil and tuxedo options , all available with their race and gender variants.
Along with classic emojis, iOS 14 will also update part of the available database of emojis that can be used as Memojis , further boosting the options available to users and the items that can be used to customize them, including the mask. health, among other options.
As we say, there will be 13 emojis that will be incorporated into the catalog of iOS 14 when it is launched, presumably, with the arrival of the new iPhone in autumn
As always, you will not have to do anything to use these new emojis on your iPhone, it is enough to have your operating system updated to the latest available version, in this case iOS 14 in the fall, and they will be available along with the rest on the alternative keyboard, In addition to being able to be used within the system, they are also compatible with other apps, such as WhatsApp or Telegram.
Keep in mind that, until the rest of the operating systems like Android do not update their catalog, your contacts may not be able to see the new emojis, as has happened on previous occasions, but generally Google also usually updates its database with the new integrations of the Unicode Consortium.