Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Apple Celebrates World Emoji Day With Emoji iTunes Movie Banners

Apple Celebrates World Emoji Day With Emoji iTunes Movie Banners

Apple released a sample of the new set of emoji it will release later this year. Do you like emoji? There are a total of 2666 in the Unicode Emoji Standard with more been added regularly.

The World Emoji Day website says the day is celebrated on 17 July because the day is famously displayed on the iOS Calendar Emoji.

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Apple also notes the continued expansion of differing skin tones, stating that 'the new emoji make it easier for users to express themselves with greater diversity'.

In celebration of World Emoji Day (which is apparently a thing), Apple has also done a playful makeover of iTunes Movies, as well as highlighting emoji-related apps ...

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The additions include a bearded man, a woman wearing a headscarf, a T-Rex, a zombie, half a coconut, a zebra and an elf. Now, Apple still hasn't said when these new emoji will be available, but they'll likely be part of the iOS 11 and the MacOS High Sierra updates due to release this autumn. The Exploding Head smiley is an instant favorite.

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