With the latest iOS 8.3 update, the emoji game has changed a bit.
So we're here to show you four cool things that you can now do with emojis.
#1: The update brings over 300 new emojis.
the iPhone emoji has been updated to an iPhone 6, the watch is now an Apple watch, and the computer is an iMac.
42 countries are now represented with flags and there's a whole lot of emojis for time as well.
Number two, diversity comes to emojis.
This isn't for all of them, but in the faces section try holding down on one and you'll have the option to select different skin tones for an emoji that might be a little bit more representative of you.
Number three, Siri can understand emojis and you can dictate emojis.
Back to Siri.
This works for some of the simpler smilies, but when you receive an emoji you can Siri read it back to you
You have a message from Brian Tong.
Face with tears of joy.
But you can also dictate one like smiley face, winkey face.
And number four, using a special trick with keyboard shortcuts.
You can manually add the Vulcan salute emoji in IOS 8.3.
You can check out the step by step process at the link below and we will show you how to do it all.
So there you go.
I'm Brian Tong with 4 cool new things that you can do with emojis in IOS 8.3.
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