New iOS 12 Emojis Coming In 2018


Those googly eyes on emojis that now face left could be made to face to the right next year if Apple or other device vendors decide to give you the option.

With this change in place, one would finally have an emoji in either direction, for instance, the train emoji can either be left or right and the same applies for the emoji of a running girl.

The Unicode Consortium has published new guidelines that will allow companies like Apple and Google to implement reversible emoji. What kind of emoji do you think we will see in the next version? Sad pile of poo, OK face and question mark face have all been removed from the beta and we equally won't know if they are set to continue in emoji form until the March announcement. However, that can cause a definite change in meaning when exchanging text across platforms. A new section now outlines a ZWJ mechanism which will let the vendor switch directions of any emoji.

According to the statement above, it seems as if not every emoji will be flippable. That being said we still need to wait until January when the final list will be announced.

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Emoji are a big part of today's conversations and they're constantly evolving, improving, and expanding.

The list-which Unicode made very clear "is not final"-features 130 possible new faces, people, body parts, clothes, animals, foods, household items ... and a pirate flag".

Developers can now access Emoji 11.0 data files from Unicode in order to test and provide feedback. Though these still could make it into the final Emoji 11 update if voted in at the Unicode Technical Meeting in January. With the new addition of the reversible technology, these new emojis are likely to take a little bit longer to implement than previous releases.