Apple's new Racially Diverse emoji - My Tech Lab

23 Feb 2015

Apple's new Racially Diverse emoji


Apple iPhone users who send emoji-heavy messages may soon find more options in their arsenal.

A beta version of Apple's iOS operating system features expanded emoji choices, including varied skin tones for faces, the company told CNBC. Apple recently sent the software to developers for testing.

Your iPhone’s emoji are about to get a lot more racially diverse.
In the new versions of Apple’s AAPL 2.71% iOS and OS X operating systems, the available emoji will include a wider range of skin colors. In order to access the new skin tones, you’ll select an emoji, then hold and tap your preferred appearance.

"Apple supports and cares deeply about diversity, and is working with The Unicode Consortium to update the standard so that it better represents diversity for all of us," an Apple spokeswoman Said.

Here’s a look at what the new emoji look like, via screenshots of beta software:
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