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Emojis displayed on iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV use the Apple Color Emoji font installed on iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. Some Apple devices support Animoji and Memoji. Two Private Use Area characters are not cross-platform compatible but do work on Apple devices:
In March 2023 iOS 16.4 included new emojis from Emoji 15.0. In January 2024, 2023's Emoji 15.1 list debuted within the first Apple iOS 17.4 beta update, and are expected to be released fully in March/April 2024.
First Look: New Emojis in iOS 17.4
New emojis have arrived on iOS as part of the first iOS 17.4 beta. The new additions include a phoenix, a lime, smileys shaking their heads up and dow...
Google's Emoji 15.1 Support In Noto Color Emoji
Today Google has officially unveiled its full-color designs for Unicode's latest approved emojis, which include a phoenix, a lime, smileys shaking the...
Microsoft Windows 11 23H2 Emoji Changelog
Microsoft have begun to roll out their latest update to Windows 11, adding Emoji 15.0 support and debuting the glossy 3D Fluent designs in select appl...