iOS 10.2 [Latest Update] Has A Lot Of New Emojis And Its Not A Surprise

By Rishav - 15 Dec '16 02:20AM

This week, Apple uncovered several brand-new emoji with its iOS 10.2 upgrade. These new emojis that are released by Apple give the users a completely new and unique way to communicate with each other.

It's a piece of a continuous effort by Apple to offer more creative messaging choices. 

"iOS 10 was a massive release for Messages, introducing predictions that present the perfect emoji as you type, a Tap to Replace feature that lets you 'emojify' any message and emoji that appear three times larger within a message when sent on their own," the company said in a press release. "Now with iOS 10.2, almost every emoji has been beautifully redesigned to reveal even more detail, so using emoji is more fun than ever." 

After chatting was introduced to the internet, emojis were born and soon became a major part of it. More and more web applications and mobile apps started adapting to the increasing demand of emojis, and it seemed that the sooner these demands were met, the better was it for the chat service provider.

The new choices include a variety of intriguing creatures and more pictures of famous trends and games. There are additionally new emoji speaking to a more extensive cluster of callings, including researcher, teacher, pilot and firefighter, "to better reflect people everywhere," Apple said. 

Past the iPhone and iPad's Messages application, the new emoji are likewise accessible for Apple Watch and Mac users with the new watchOS 3.1.1 and macOS Sierra 10.12.2 upgrades.

With these latest updates, Apple comes head to head with other chatting applications which offer numerous emoji option to their users. 

If you ever needed to send a gorilla emoji that looks suspiciously like Harambe, or demonstrate that you're keeping your fingers crossed for good fortunes in a content - now you can. With Apple's new emoji, now you certainly can. 

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