From tomorrow, June 5, manufacturers and developers will be able to start implementing the new version of Unicode in their…
From tomorrow, June 5, manufacturers and developers will be able to start implementing the new version of Unicode in their products, which among other things comes with more than 150 newUnocode 11, version approved last February, begins to be implemented and should be available to all before the year 2018 comes to an end.
Among the 157 new emojis, listed one by one in a video available below, we will find 66 totally new , whileand not Unicode 11.0
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In the video on these lines you can see each and every one of the 66 new emojis that are part of version 11.0 of Unicode , as well as those variants of the already existing emoticons, appeared for the first time in this edition. Since most manufacturers and developers decide to modify the emoji to their liking, it is likely that once they are available, the appearance may differ from what we can see today. But when will that day arrive?
According, between June and August of this year the new emojis should be available on platforms such as Twitter, EmojiOne, Facebook and Microsoft services. Later, between September and December, with the arrival of Android 9.0 and iOS 12, Google and Apple will adopt the new package. Later manufacturers like Samsung will integrate the new emojis in their own personalization layer, and applications likeThey will adapt the new emojis to their own pack. Be that as it may, all of them They must be available in the latest versions of each platform before the end of 2018.
Some of the most interesting and requested added emojis by users are the parrot, the hippopotamus, the swan, the flame, the supervillain, the cold face, the warm face, the festive face, the magnet, the toilet paper or the pirate flag , among many others. The complete list is available