Apple to introduce over 100 emojis, supporting gender diversity, in iOS 10

Apple to introduce over 100 emojis, supporting gender diversity, in iOS 10

Today, Apple has announced new emojis. The iPhone maker has updated more than hundred emojis and even shared a few of them on its website. One of the exciting changes is that new emojis have received more gender options, like new female athletes.

With the latest version of iOS, Apple is making this beautiful addition. In fact, the QuickType word suggestion bar will suggest an emoji on the basis of the word you will type. If you will send only emoji as a message then it will be three times bigger.

When you will shift to the emoji keyboard then iOS will highlight words, which you can choose to replace them with an emoji. It shall however, be noted that currently you will not be able to see an update.

The newer version will be first available for developer servers. In which, those who pay $99 a year for a developer account could test the new feature. After a few days, the public betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra will receive the update.

In addition, iOS 10 will also boast of a more powerful Siri, a new Message app along with many more small but significant improvements. One of the features that will attract people to have to iOS 10 would be the new emojis.

Earlier, Apple’s emojis linked to sports and job were majorly fully of male options. But no more is the case as the new emojis show women playing more sports and performing jobs. Now, Apple emojis would be having female options for weight lifting, basketball, and surfing and in job, females doing construction workers and private investigators.

“This exciting update brings more gender options to existing characters, including new female athletes and professionals, adds beautiful redesigns of popular emoji, a new rainbow flag and more family options,”, said Apple.


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