Apple unveils new emoji coming in iOS 11.1

Apple reveals new emoji coming soon to iOS 11.1

Apple reveals new emoji coming soon to iOS 11.1

Food emoji you thought already existed in iOS 11 have been slipped in: pie, dumplings, Chinese food cartons, and love-it-or-hate-it broccoli. Next week, #Apple is said to releasing the beta update for its first major update on iOS 11.

The characters are part of Unicode 10, which added 56 new emoji; Apple is revealing over 30 of its new designs today in addition to the handful the company put out on World Emoji Day earlier this year.

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Image Apple

If you weren't excited enough, the new set also includes a special "I love you" gesture designed after American Sign Language.

We all know that the release of iOS 11.1 is pending, and there is a good news that while the new version is coming in, it will bring hundreds of new emojis too.

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Apple's iOS 11 has received two immediate updates in a span of two weeks since its official release last September 16.

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Apple has also promised to introduce "more emotive" smiley faces, clothing options, food types, animals and mythical creatures.

Face emojis got a little more silly with a tilted expression with the tongue out, sophisticated by wearing a monocle, and snippy with a to-the-point "Shhh!" emoji. It will also include emoji announced on World Emoji Day, including a woman with headscarf, a bearded person, a zombie and a person in the lotus position. And they are now available in upcoming software updates for iOS, macOS and watch OS.

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Top QBs do sometimes decommit late in the recruiting year, but it's a rarity, and Fields was deliberate in making this decision. The program is also still in the running to land 5-star defensive end Micah Parsons, who decommitted from Penn State in April.

In the meantime, you can start drafting all your upcoming texts and tweets by taking a peek at the new emoji Apple let everyone preview.

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