iOS 16 has supercharged your iPhone with over 125 new features, and one of them is the ability to insert emojis into your text via voice using Dictation or Siri. We show you how to do that.
iOS 16 has revamped the iPhone Lock Screen and added several new features, like tiny widgets, different clock fonts, saving multiple Lock Screens and effortlessly switching between them, and more.
Another cute little addition is using emojis as your Lock Screen and Home Screen wallpaper. So, if there is a specific emoji or set of emojis you love, you can easily make a wallpaper out of those with various colors and patterns.
Pushing hands, a pink heart and a shaking face are among 31 newly proposed emoticons that are likely to hit your iPhone's emoji keyboard in 2022 and 2023.
WhatsApp custom reactions are here—users of the messaging app can now select any emoji when reacting to a message rather than be limited to six built-in ones.
Is the emoji button missing on your MacBook Pro's Touch Bar and doesn't appear when you're typing something? In this brief tutorial, we show you how to get back the emoji key on the Touch Bar.
You can now use WhatsApp emoji reactions to respond to messages with emoticons, plus send bigger files and create massive 512-people groups.
A new feature being tested would make it a cinch to express your feelings about a friend's status message on WhatsApp with one of the several emoji reactions.
You can now react with emoji in WhatsApp group chats, participate in larger audio calls, delete problematic messages for everyone and so forth.
Follow along with this tutorial to learn how to use the customizable handshake emoji on iPhone, iPad and Mac to choose skin tones for each hand separately from one another, allowing a single emoji to cover all possible combinations of hand colors.
Focus mode lets you silence alerts and notifications so that you can focus on other tasks. When a Focus mode is active, it shows an icon in the top status bar and Lock Screen. You can customize this icon with one of 38 symbols such as smiling emoji, books, graduation cap, home, train, fire, bulb, sunset, heart, star, guitar, and more.
Here's how to show an emoji on the top of your iPhone screen.
Earlier in the week, we wrote a tutorial showcasing how you could install the iOS & iPadOS 15.4 Emojis on your jailbroken iOS or iPadOS 14 device via jailbreak tweaks and font add-ons by iOS developer PoomSmart.
Apple’s forthcoming iOS & iPadOS 15.4 update introduces dozens of new Emojis. But if you’re using an older version of iOS or iPadOS, as is likely the case if you’re jailbroken, then you wouldn’t ordinarily be able to use them.