In iOS 15.4, a new crop of emoji will be added, including a melting face, someone saluting, beans, and a somewhat awkward biting lip icon. The new emojis and variations of existing emojis are on the way as usual thanks to a new version of the Unicode standard that determines the basic set of pictographs that get included in our phones.
New iOS 15.4 emojis
The next-generation iOS 15.4 is presently in beta, but when it’s released, it’ll include 37 new emojis, according to MacRumors. Emojipedia has put up a sneak peek at Apple’s renditions. On different platforms, the way emojis appear will differ, however, you may get an idea of what to anticipate from the Unicode Consortium, which is in charge of developing new emojis.
Among the 838 new characters in #Unicode14 are 37 new #emoji, along with new emoji sequences, that are expected to show up on 📱s, 💻s, and other platforms sometime next year → https://t.co/deSr1g6m8k #絵文字 pic.twitter.com/xuTf8Os02K
— The Unicode Consortium (@unicode) September 7, 2021
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The iOS 15.4 beta also brings Face ID support while wearing a mask, as well as the iPadOS and macOS betas’ long-awaited inclusion of Apple’s Universal Control feature. That certainly entails an outpouring of celebratory emojis.