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iOS 10.2 Emojis Released in new iPhone & iPad Update

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The new iOS 10.2 Emojis have just been released, just in time to sum up 2016. In the latest update, more than 100 emojis have been included. There is now the much-needed face palm, black heart, and a Pinocchio-like emoji, which could be used to pertain to lying.

iOS 10.2 also comes with new professions like a female scientist, a professor, a pilot and a fireman, among others. Even Santa Claus is now in the roster of new emojis, just in time for your Christmas iMessages!

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Important food emojis have also been included in the iOS 10.2 emojis update. There?s kiwi, avocado, bacon, French bread, taco, plus a champagne toast for those celebratory moments that call for more than a beer.

Particular events that happened in 2016 also have equivalent emojis. There?s now a clown, which reminds us of the Killer Clown craze that plagued the US, UK, Canada and Australia last October. In addition, Harambe is also immortalized in his very own emoji.

iOS 10.2 Emojis sums up 2016

Aside from this, the emojis will now appear larger in your messages. Tap to Replace option can be used to?replace highlighted words and be replaced with an emoji.

The new emojis reveal even more detail, and this is enough to give the saying ?a picture paints a thousand words? a whole new and updated meaning.

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The new emojis were created with the help of Unicode Consortium. This non profit organization sets universal standards, and this is why the emojis work across all platforms.

There is a website dedicated to emojis, which lists and breakdowns the complete images of the new update.

The new iOS 10.2 emojis can be used on the Apple watch, which has the OS 3.1.1 update. It can also be used on the Mac with macOS Sierra 10.12.2.

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