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    Hundreds of new emoji arriving with iOS 11.1 beta 2

    9to5 Mac reports that hundreds of new emoji are coming to iOS 11.1 beta 2 some time next week, “including more emotive smiley faces, gender-neutral characters, clothing options, food types, animals, mythical creatures and more.” Aside from iOS 11.1, which should be available to all by the end...
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    Sixty-Seven New Emoji are Under Consideration for Unicode 11

    9to5 Mac reports that the Unicode Consortium has published 67 new emoji that it is currently considering for inclusion in Unicode 11, which will be released next year. The new emoji are currently still at draft stage, so they could still be altered or cut prior to the public release. Apple has...
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    Unicode Unveils 72 New Emoji Today

    Following on from the recent announcement that Unicode was to launch 72 new emoji, 9to5 Mac reports that they have today been unveiled, although they’re not expected to be actually made available to users until the release of iOS 10 this fall, and possibly even after that, as they have not yet...
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    72 New Emoji Coming This Month, Including Clowns, Cowboy Hats, and Baguettes

    Your e-mails and messages are about to get much more colourful with the announcement from the Unicode Consortium that it will be releasing 72 new emoji as part of Unicode 9.0 on June 21. AppleInsider writes that the new emoji, which have been rendered “Apple Style” by Emojipedia, include the...
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    New iOS 9.1 Eye Emoji is Part of An Anti-Bullying Campaign

    MacRumors reports that Apple is supporting a new anti-bullying campaign by including a special eye emoji in iOS 9.1 and OS X 10.11.1. The campaign, which has just been launched by the Ad Council, is called “I Am A Witness,” and has been devised to encourage teenagers to step in when they see...