New. iOS 13.2 features a large selection of new emojis featuring people holding hands. These are constructed via different ZWJ sequence combinations of Woman, Man and Handshake alongside any desired skin tone modifer combination. Above: A selection of the new people holding hands emojis in iOS 13.2.
How do you get the new emojis on iOS 13?
Getting emojis on iOS
Step 1: Tap the Settings icon and then General. Step 2: Under General, head over to the Keyboard option and tap the Keyboards submenu. Step 3: Select Add New Keyboard to open a list of keyboards available and choose Emoji. You have now activated the emoji keyboard to use while texting.
Why don’t I have the new emojis iOS 14?
Open the Settings app and tap General > Keyboards. Tap the Edit button to see the option to remove the Emoji keyboard. Restart your iPhone, and add the Emoji keyboard again. Open the Messages app and test to see if the new Emojis are showing.
How do you update your emoji keyboard?
Tap the Settings icon and then General. Under General, head over to the Keyboard option and tap the Keyboards submenu. Select Add New Keyboard to open a list of keyboards available and choose emoji.
What can I expect with iOS 14?
iOS 14 is one of Apple’s biggest iOS updates to date, introducing Home screen design changes, major new features, updates for existing apps, Siri improvements, and many other tweaks that streamline the iOS interface.
Did Apple get rid of some Emojis?
Yep, Apple is getting rid of the gun emoji! According to CNN, the gun emoji – alongside other weapon emojis – has long been used in threatening texts and tweets and has even resulted in a few arrests. (A teenager was arrested last year for putting a gun emoji next to a Policeman emoji in a threatening Facebook status.
Is there going to be a iPhone 14?
2022 iPhone pricing and release
Given Apple’s release cycles, the “iPhone 14” will likely be priced very similar to the iPhone 12. There may be a 1TB option for the 2022 iPhone, so there would be a new higher price point at about $1,599.
What iOS are we up to?
The latest stable version of iOS and iPadOS, 14.7.1, was released on July 26, 2021. The latest beta version of iOS is iOS 15.0 beta 5, released on August 10, 2021.