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About 9 months ago, after publishing a list of 104 applicants or you can say candidates for Emoji iOS 12.0, the Unicode Consortium a non-profit organization has announced that they have selected their final 59 emojis, and as per the given information emojis is about to launch on 5th March. After looking at its forerunners, the main and the most focus part in this update is increasing the variety of emojis. There are several numbers of option available such as a guide dog, a Hindu temple, and an emojis of couples holding their hands that highlights 171 genders and skin color or in simple words skin tone variants.

Despite the fact that there are only 59 types of emojis in iOS 12.0 but if you sit and count each gender and skin tone variants then you will find up to 230 total emojis out there in the release.

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As per the information, Emojipedia has a final list of all the emojis which are coming in iOS 12.0 update in 2019, There are many options to choose such as sloth, white heart, people holding hands, ice cube much more.

The main aim or you can say the purpose is to add new emojis to express people having disabilities, such as a person in a wheelchair, service dog, and deaf person. It is also offering emoji such as a couple holding hands of each other.

Now, Unicode Consortium a non-profit organization has announced the final and the last list of 2019 emojis, social media platform, smartphone makers, and others are free to plan the new emojis but must design the new icon first.

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As per the emojipedia images, it has directly indicated or you can say represent the new emoji character and it does not indicate the design that Apple and other smartphone makers will use.

As we all know that Apple took more than 8 months to come up with a new emojis character. In the last year, Apple did not release new emojis until the iOS 12.1 update in October. It looks like Apple will do the same, so we have to wait for the iOS 13 update or in simple words just wait for the new operating system to see the 2019 new emojis.

 

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