The new version of iOS 14.2 operating system has released new wallpapers with light and dark modes, new AirPlay controls. But undoubtedly the protagonists have been the dozens of emojis, which include several of the most anticipated such as a transgender pride flag, a tamale, the Italian gesture, the popular Bubble Tea and almost ninety more that we will see below.
As you can see on emojipedia, the Emoji 13.0 update is the set of emojis approved for release in 2020. The final list was announced on January 29, 2020, with 117 new emojis hitting major platforms throughout 2020.
Gestures, faces and lots of food in the latest version of emojis for iPhone
According to the Unicode categories, the new emojis can be classified as follows:
- Faces: smiling face with tears and face in disguise.
- People: Ninja, Person in Tuxedo, Woman in Tuxedo, Person with veil, Man with veil, Woman feeding baby, Person feeding baby, Man feeding baby, Mx. Claus and people hugging.
- Body parts: pinched fingers, anatomical heart and lungs.
- Animals: black cat, bison, mammoth, beaver, polar bear, dodo, seal, beetle, cockroach, fly and worm.
- Foods: blueberries, olives, bell pepper, flatbread, fondue, bubble tea and tamale.
- Home: potted plant, teapot, piñata, magic wand, nested dolls, sewing needle, mirror, window, plunger, mousetrap, bucket and toothbrush.
- Various: pen, rock, wood, hut, truck, roller skate, knot, coin, boomerang, screwdriver, woodworking saw, hook, ladder, elevator, tombstone, sign, transgender symbol and transgender flag.
- Clothing: Finger sandal and military helmet.
- Musical instruments: accordion and long drum.
“Existing emoji variations now approved for 2020 include a gender-inclusive woman or person in a tuxedo, as well as a gender-neutral person or a veiled man. These, along with other approved emojis, will hit phones later this year. “
Also included in this update is a gender-inclusive alternative for Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus, called Mx.Claus. This addition is part of an ongoing effort to make a more consistent set of gender options across the board, and expands on the 138 new gender-neutral emojis added in late 2019 as part of Emoji 12.1. “
So that you can have a better look at these new emojis, we leave you the video of each one with its gender and skin tone variations. Remember that the final version may vary according to the version and category of the platform or mobile.
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Source : Techradar