How to Use New Unicode 9.0 Emojis on Your iPhone Right Now

How to Use New Unicode 9.0 Emojis on Your iPhone Right Now

About 72 new emojis with Unicode 9.0 will make their way a best to your iPads, iPhones, Apple Watch and even for the Mac. The new emojis include some funny characters which most of the users appreciate. Although the new emojis are released in the Unicode 9.0 but it require some time for the Apple to add them in to the iOS keyboard.  The iOS 10 beta not included the new emojis but we suspect that Apple might add them to iOS at the time of its release. If you want to use and enjoy the new emojis right now then we found a neat workaround. To find out how to use the new Unicode 9.0 emojis on iOS.

How to Get Unicode 9.0 Emojis right now

Step 1.

The first step is to launch the Safari browser on your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone and open the link which contains all the new emojis which will needed in this tutorial.

Step 2.

Scroll down on this website until you see the emojis. You just need to tap and hold on the text to highlight it. When simply the text selector appears just tap and hold on the one ends and scroll down to select the all emojis which are listed on the webpage by using the same method as how you select the normal text.

Step 3.

When all the emojis are selected then simply tap on the “Copy” button. Now return back on the homescreen and then launch the Notes app.

Step 4.

Create the new note then tap and hold on the empty place and paste the emojis which you copied in the third step.

Step 5.

Once all the selected emojis are copied in the Notes app, then simply tap and hold the selected emoji which you want to use and copy it. You can paste the selected emoji in the iMessage or the any messaging app which you prefer to use and then hit the sending button.

For every time you want to use the emojis open the note which you created, copy the selected emoji and then paste to your messaging app. While this method is long but it has certain benefits as you will send and receive the latest emojis as no matter which app or the device which you are using.

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