Apple's update to the iOS 12.1 system has released six new faces for iPhone and iPad users: Woozy Face, Smiling Face With 3 Hearts, Pleading Face, Cold, Hot and Partying Face. The set is part of the package with more than 70 emojis, which also offers figurines with variations of gender, skin tone and hair type, in addition to animals and objects. The launch was made on October 30 and the latest version of the operating system can now be installed on the devices, see how to do the procedure.
One of the emojis left some users puzzled, the Woozy Face (dumb face), with one eye open and the other closed, under one eyebrow each, and a crooked mouth. In the past few weeks, questions about the sticker have been posted on Twitter. However, the question became a pastime with funny guesses on the subject that yielded more than 1,900 responses on the social network. Even American actor Dwayne Johnson, "The Rock", got in on the joke and raised the possibility of the guy suffering from gas. To find out the meanings of the new smileys, check out the following list, prepared by TechTudo.
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Apple's update to iOS 12.1 brings 158 new emojis, considering the variety of skin tones and hair types Photo: Reproduo / Emojipedia
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According to the definition of Emojipedia, the Woozy Face is a face that can show signs of being tired, sentimental, or just drunk. The versatility of this emoji caused confusion in some users, who used Twitter to question the meaning. Jokingly, the figure was compared to the President of the United States, Donald Trump, and American rapper Azealia Banks.
Defining a tired or sentimental face did not convince some users, who interpreted the emoji their way Photo: Reproduction / Emojipedia
2. Smiling Face With 3 Hearts
The smiling face with three hearts is another alternative for lovers, together with the collection of passionate stickers, like the emoji blowing a kiss and the one with heart eyes. The novelty features pink cheeks and floating hearts around. Incidentally, the number of little hearts can vary depending on the platform. In Samsung cell phones, there are four, for example.
Another option for lovers, the smiley face with three hearts is among the highlights of iOS 12.1 Photo: Reproduction / Emojipedia
With a capable pleading look, similar to Puss in Boots from the "Shrek" franchise, the Pleading Face (face that begs) is also called "puppy eyes". The idea of ??the image moves the recipient and is worth sending when there are urgent requests to make. This is the fifth most engaged emoji on Emojipedia's Twitter in the first week of launch.
Face that begs serves as a strategy to convince people Photo: Reproduction / Emojipedia
The Cold Face (cold face) is the coldest expression of this update, with hanging pieces of ice. With it, the user can refer to very low temperatures, or even demonstrate that he "went into a cold", that is, he did badly. The smiley was not so popular and, therefore, was left out of the top 10 engagement of Emojipedia.
Cold face can be used in different situations Photo: Reproduction / Emojipedia
Unlike Cold Face, the Hot Face (hot face) expresses a face "on fire", with the tongue out and orange tone, as if sweating because of the high temperatures. The new emoji has everything to become a success in the Brazilian summer, when the thermometers can mark 40C. However, it is also open to other interpretations.
Hot face can be used a lot in the summer of Brazil Photo: Reproduo / Emojipedia
With a hat, mother-in-law's tongue and a shower of confetti, Partying Face (happy face) is prepared to celebrate happy and happy events, for example, World Emoji Day. Despite the animation, the smiley was the least popular of the six releases of iOS 12.1, in the engagement ranking carried out by Emojipedia, on its official Twitter account.
Celebrating face is entitled to hat, mother-in-law's tongue and confetti Photo: Reproduo / Emojipedia
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