Unicode 11 Proposes 67 New Emoji
The Unicode Consortium today proposed adding 67 new emoji as part of Unicode 11, including a variety of faces, body parts, food items, animals, clothing items, objects, and activities. Some of the face options include smiling face with cape, face with uneven eyes and wavy mouth, and face with glistening eyes. Some of the body parts include leg, foot, top of head with various hair colors, bone, and tooth. Some of the food items include cupcake, salt, and sliced bagel. Some of the animals include kangaroo, peacock, and raccoon. Last, some of the activities include lacrosse, frisbee, and skateboard. The Unicode Consortium will finalize which of these emoji are to be added to Unicode 11 during the fourth quarter of the year. The Consortium won't release the final version of these emoji until the first quarter of 2018. It will then be up to device and platform makers to adopt the new characters in their phones, tablets, PCs, apps, and operating systems.
Unicode 11 to Include Swappable Hair Styles and Women Heroes
Feb 8, 2018
The emoji that will appear in Unicode 11.0 have been finalized, according to the Unicode Consortium, and new options will be available for hair, skin, and gender. Some 157 new characters are included in Unicode 11.0.
Unicode 11 with Dozens of New Emoji Arrives June 5
Jun 1, 2018
New emoji are coming to a phone near you, eventually. Unicode 11.0, which was finalized in February, will be released on June 5, according to Emojipedia.
Unicode 10 Adds 56 New Emoji
Jun 21, 2017
The Unicode Consortium this week announced Unicode 10, which includes 56 new emoji characters and four new scripts. Some of the new emoji include facial expressions (raised eyebrow, hand-over-mouth), more men and women (bearded man, woman in head garb), hand symbols, food (dumpling, fortune cookie), clothing items, animals (dinosaurs, bugs), vehicles (flying saucer, sled), and a curling stone.
Apple to Bring More Emoji to iPhone Later This Year
Jul 16, 2018
Apple today committed to adopting more than 70 new emoji. The Unicode Consortium announced Unicode 11, which includes dozens of new emoji, in February and made the final version available in June.