World Emoji Day is celebrated today, July 17th, and while new emojis await approval to join the next major update, Emoji 14.0, the public beta preview of iOS 15 allows for fun customizations of Memoji. iOS 15 also offers nine new Memoji stickers. Also read on to find out the next series of emojis coming on your smartphones (Android or iOS) both at the end of this year and at the beginning of next year.
In the project set of emojis they’re a healthy face, a biting lip, and something we all resonate with – a low-battery emoji. The core-hand emoji, which has been missing so far, is also in the next script called Emoji 14.0. Some of the other notable inclusions are a smiling face, a face with open eyes and a hand over your mouth, and a face with an eye emoji.
The new emojis are expected to be approved in September 2021. Once approved, the eligible ones will go towards your smartphones by the end of 2021 or throughout 2022.
While these emojis are coming, iPhone users won’t have to wait like that Apple, on the occasion of World Emoji Day, offered its users dresses for their Memoji stickers with new customizations that are available in the public beta preview of iOS 15, the company announced in a press release.
Divided into five categories, these include options to customize your Memoji with more than 40 outfits to reflect your style, mood, or season with three different colors. The next category is the multicolored headdress and a user can use a Memoji to represent a favorite sports team or university. Apple has also included three new glasses – heart, star and retro. You can also select the color for the frame and lenses.
The remaining two categories are accessibility options and two different eye colors. The first allows you to reshape yourself with cochlear implants, oxygen tubes, or a blowtorch. With the second, users can select a different color for their left eye and right eye.
In addition, iOS15 – which will be available later this year – offers nine new Memoji stickers, including a shaka, a hand wave, a light bulb moment, and even more. Meanwhile, users who want to test the next iOS 15 can do so by signing up for the public beta via this ligame.