The Unicode Consortium has approved the first group of new emojis for 2020, known as Emoji 13.0. They feature 117 of the fun symbols, including a mammoth, dodo bird, worm, and a lot more.
As with all new emoji releases, the appearance of each emoji varies by platform. Images shown on this page (and tweet thread) are original designs created by Emojipedia in a glossy style to show one potential way these may look when implemented on major platforms such as iOS, Android, WhatsApp, or Twitter.
Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to explain the iPhone black dot bug, explore what’s behind the bug, and how to recover from it.
There’s a malicious text message, called Black Dot, making the rounds that can crash the Messages app on your iPhone. Here’s how to fix it.
If these accessibility emojis are approved, they would be included in Emoji 12.0 which comes out in the first half of 2019.
Now that iOS 11.1.1 is out with a fix for the annoying bug that changed “i” to “A” you don’t need the Text Replacement workaround I showed you earlier in the week. It’s easy to delete. Just follow along to see how.
Lower case i changing to other characters when you type on your iPhone or iPad? Here’s the work around.
Unicode 10 will be launched in June and it will include a bunch of new, awesome emojis. There are 69 new emojis in total, and some or all of them may eventually make their way into iOS 11. Someone made mockups on Emojipedia in Apple’s style, let’s check them out.