iOS further expanded its emoji support (Unicode 7.0 and 8.0) with the release of iOS 9.1. Over 150 new emojis became available on the platform but most of these don’t render well (if at all) in other platforms as of yet. Here are the new iOS 9.1 emojis, including the controversial middle finger.
Typing emojis on mobile phones is nothing new but is anything but simple when it comes to the desktop. Thankfully there are guides and sites out there that lets you conveniently copy and paste these emojis for our use but for my personal convenience I thought of writing one as well for reference.
The latest emoji updates for iOS (8.3) expanded the previous antiquated set with new ones that I personally like, like the inclusion of the Philippine flag: 🇵🇭. This may seem subtle compared to the latest “issue” surrounding this update: race. Not the usual “event” I grew accustomed to posting in this blog, but rather referring…
Eventually, my dreaded last week on this side of the world had come. But before the fat lady sings, I still had the chance to visit a few more places: Berkeley and Walnut Creek. This is part of a series ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦