Apple rolled out the all new OS – the iOS 11– at the WWDC on June 5, 2017. During the keynote, they rolled out the developer version and eventually the public beta was launched followed by new versions of developer beta. If you are one of those people who are wondering what the iOS 11 emojis are going to look like, here’s what we have for you. Based on what is available in the Emoji 5.0 we can get a pretty clear idea of what’s coming.
While the emojis that the above picture consists might not be the exact copy of what the emojis of iOS 11 will look like, it does provide us with a broad idea of what sort of new emojis the new OS will sport. There are reports that the Unicode Consortium has lately reviewed some new emojis character that will be rolling out soon and it will be part of the Emoji 5.0.
We are still debating what could come, but the iOS 11 emojis are likely to have new faces, animals, mermaids, foods, fortune cookie, among other things. There is presently no information about the emojis, but they are expected to be rolled out later this year. The Emoji Version 5.0 was released for the first time on May 18, 2017, and had introduced some 69 unique emojis including skin tones. There were new subdivision flags and interestingly gender and skin tone variants. 56 of the new emojis came from Unicode 10.0 along with 183 emoji sequences.
It’s worth noting that there is another report stating that the new iOS 11 emojis will be based on the Emoji Version 6.0 that follows Emoji 5.0. As of yet, there has been no release date for this particular version specified, but it is expected to release in 2017. Now that we are very much officially into the second half of the year, we can safely assume that the new set of iOS emojis will roll out sometime at the end of the year and if not, at the beginning of next year. So far there is no official release date for iOS 11, and it is being predicted that Apple will launch one excellent iPhone (presumably iPhone 7S/iPhone 8) at its September event that’ll mark the 10th anniversary of iPhone. Therefore like we said the chances of the emojis for iOS 11 to roll out is very high in November and December.