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Apple releases some of the new emojis that will arrive on iOS 11, macOS High Sierra and watchOS 4

Did you know that today, July 17th, the World Emoji Day? And that Apple, albeit unintentionally, has a large share in this?

The date celebrated today as it was chosen by Apple to illustrate the iOS / macOS calendar emojis and how emojis basically won the world with the launch of the iPhone, that's the explanation. The day, however, was not chosen randomly by Apple: the company launched iCal (formerly the name of the Calendario app) on July 17, 2002 that's why the reference.

New emojis coming to iOS, macOS and watchOSNew emojis that will arrive this year on iOS, macOS and watchOS

As part of the celebration, Apple decided to disclose some of the emojis that will be released later this year along with iOS 11, macOS High Sierra 10.13 and watchOS 4.

New emojis coming to iOS, macOS and watchOS

New emojis that will arrive this year on iOS, macOS and watchOS

Novelties include a woman with a scarf on her head, a man with a beard and a woman breastfeeding, foods like sandwich and coconut, as well as more animals and mythological creatures like T-Rex, zebra, zombie and elf, and fun new ways to describe situations like exploding heads. and star eyes.

Still in the celebration wave, Apple is promoting several titles in the iTunes (Movie) Store with banners composed only by emojis!

Emojis featuring movies from the iTunes (Movie) StoreEmojis featuring movies from the iTunes (Movie) Store

Now, be careful! If you enter Ma's movie store, you can lose good and precious minutes of your day trying to guess the names of the films among them, ?The Godfather?, ?Kong: Skull Island?, ?Beauty and the Beast?, ?Stephen King's, It?, ?The Devil Wears Prada?, ?Hunger Games? and more!

The action, however, unfortunately did not come with a promotion, the values ??for the purchase or rent of the bonds remain the same. Still, it is worth strolling there.

via MacRumors