Apple's implementation of the "Face with Medical Mask" emoji has been updated in iOS 14.2, currenyly in beta, to be visually friendlier, according to Emojipedia.
We have known that Apple is planning on bringing a whole slate of new emoji to iOS in the near future since July. And it looks like the wait is almost over.
iOS 14 brings a much-needed emoji search feature to the iPhone. And with iPadOS 14, you get a new way to enter emoji when a hardware keyboard is connected to your Apple tablet. Follow along with our tutorial to learn how to invoke and use the iPad emoji popover.
iOS 14 provides a handy search field above the emoji keyboard on your iPhone and iPod touch. With it, you can find and filter appropriate emoji by entering descriptions. Follow along with us as we show you how to take advantage of the new iPhone emoji search option in iOS 14.
With iOS 13, Apple made many improvements to Reminders including the ability to personalize lists. This allowed users to add colored icons to make lists easier to spot and organize. So with iOS 14, iPadOS 14, and even macOS Big Sur, Apple made another improvement to the appearance options for Reminders.
No longer are you limited to the 60 or so icons provided for your lists. You can select from additional symbols as well as any emoji on your keyboard. Here are your latest options for personalizing lists in Reminders with emojis and symbols on iOS and Mac.
Your iPhone’s Status Bar is supposed to be an all-in-one hub for pertinent information including battery level, signal strength, and other important indicators. That said, wouldn’t it be kind of nice if it included a brief tidbit about the weather too?
Those in agreement with the aforementioned sentiment will almost certainly want to take a moment out of their busy lives to check out a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed Nita by iOS developer Litten. As depicted in the screenshot example above, Nita depicts the current weather conditions outside with the help of a simple Emoji.
There are new emoji introduced on a semi-regular basis, and now we have a look at what new options will be coming to iOS, iPadOS, and macOS later this year.
Those who do lot of typing on their iPhones, have a fairly sound argument for having dedicated text-editing buttons on your handset’s keyboard interface; likewise, those who do a lot of texting, may want easier access to Emojis. But what about those who do a lot of both?
For those stuck in the latter case, Shortmoji is a newly released and free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer MiRO that combines the best of both worlds for avid typists and texters who do a lot of both on the same device.
iOS 14 has brought a handy emoji search option that has long been included in the Mac operating system, but it doesn't work on iPadOS 14 because it uses a different approach.
It’s not very often that we see dedicated jailbreak tweaks for the iPad platform, and that’s one of the reasons why we’re particularly excited to show you a new and free release called EmojiPicker by iOS developer Gui Rambo.
As you might’ve ascertained already from the tweak’s rather telling name, EmojiPicker is intended to augment the Emoji-picking interface in iPadOS for whenever you need access to Emojis while typing in various apps.
Apple's Smart Keyboard cover and Smart Keyboard Folio rock a Globe key for quickly accessing the Emoji picker, but good luck finding it on hardware keyboards made by other manufacturers. Heck, even Apple's latest Magic Keyboard for the new iPad Pro lacks a dedicated Globe key. So, how do you access the Emoji picker while using a hardware keyboard with your iPad?
There are already a lot of emoji out there. But that doesn't mean there isn't room to grow, right?