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How to use emoji on your iPhone or iPad 😊

Language is constantly evolving, and even though language purists may not like it, communicating with Emoji is becoming more and more common especially in social communication. Show your 😁 (smile) to the 🌎 (world) and have a πŸ’₯ (blast) with Emoji!

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New emoji, better Auto Unlock, buh-by battery life countdown β€” What's new in macOS 10.12.2!

Apple has just released macOS 10.12.2, the latest update to Sierra and one that boasts not only everyone's favorite feature enhancement β€”Β new emoji! β€”Β but bug fixes, security patches, and performance improvements aplenty.

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How to use emoji on your Mac

You can use emoji on the Mac, just like you can on the iPhone. It just takes a little more effort to find them.

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72 new emoji are headed your way in iOS 10.2!

iOS 10.2, which is currently in developer beta, brings with it a whopping 72 new emoji. From face palms to tumblers of whiskey, there are loads of fun new illustrations to enhance your conversations.

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Why emoji matter

If you aren't using emoji, you should be! And here's why!

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Apple previews the gender-diverse emoji coming in iOS 10, and they are good!

Come iOS 10, you'll be able to get your hands on more than 100 new and updated emoji. With more gender options and some nifty new objects, Apple's updated emoji better reflect your real life.

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How to use emoji and Tapbacks in iMessage for iOS 10

How do you get 3x emoji, emoji recommendations, emoji reactions, and emojifications? With the new iMessage effects in iOS 10!

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How to emojify your Mac with Rocket

Have you always wished it were easier to use emojis on your Mac? Today is your lucky day!

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Unicode 9.0 is now official with 72 new emoji

Unicode 9.0 is now official, making standard a set of 72 new emoji, 7,500 characters and more.

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Apple reportedly lobbied to scrap rifle emoji from next Unicode release

Apple reportedly successfully lobbied to keep the proposed rifle emoji out of the upcoming Unicode 9.0 release.

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