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Here Are All the New iOS 11.1 Emoji You Get Today



The iOS 11.1 update includes 69 new emoji that you can only get on iOS 11.1. Here’s the full list of iOS 11.1 emojis that are available as soon as you install iOS 11.1.

Apple adds support for new emoji in iOS 11.1 as part of the latest emoji standards. These are free, and there is no need to install an app to send them. You can count on getting these free iOS 11.1 emoji on your iPhone and iPad. The new emojis only show up on iOS 11.1 for now. Apple also released watchOS 4.1 and macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 today to add support for the new emoji.

There are a total of 69 new iOS 11.1 emojis, and many of them support multiple skin tones, which means you’ll find even more options and characters to send to people. We see many new gender inclusive options that includes an emoji without a typical defined gender look.

Here are all the new iOS 11.1 emoji.

Here are all the new iOS 11.1 emoji.

This list of the new emojis are confirmed and these are in the latest iOS 11.1 beta. You will be able to use them later this year.

  • Face With One Eyebrow Raised
  • Grinning Face With Star Eyes
  • Grinning Face With One Large and One Small Eye
  • Face With Finger Covering Closed Lips
  • Serious Face With Symbols Covering Mouth
  • Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes and Hand Covering Mouth
  • Face With Monocle
  • Shocked Face With Exploding Head
  • Face With Open Mouth Vomiting
  • Child – Gender-Inclusive
  • Adult – Gender-Inclusive
  • Older Adult – Gender-Inclusive
  • Person With Headscarf
  • Bearded Person
  • Breast-Feeding
  • Woman Mage – Witch
  • Man Mage – Wizard
  • Woman Fairy
  • Man Fairy
  • Woman Vampire
  • Man Vampire
  • Merwoman – Mermaid
  • Merman
  • Woman Elf
  • Man Elf
  • Woman Genie
  • Man Genie
  • Woman Zombie
  • Man Zombie
  • Woman in Steamy Room
  • Man in Steamy Room
  • Woman Climbing
  • Man Climbing
  • Woman in Lotus Position
  • Man in Lotus Position
  • I Love You Hand Sign
  • Palms Up Together
  • Brain
  • Orange Heart
  • Scarf
  • Gloves
  • Coat
  • Socks
  • Billed Cap
  • Zebra Face
  • Giraffe Face
  • Hedgehog
  • Sauropod
  • T-Rex
  • Cricket
  • Coconut
  • Broccoli
  • Pretzel
  • Cut of Meat
  • Sandwich
  • Bowl With Spoon
  • Canned Food
  • Dumpling
  • Fortune Cookie
  • Takeout Box
  • Pie
  • Cup With Straw
  • Chopsticks
  • Flying Saucer
  • Sled
  • Curling Stone
  • Flag for England
  • Flag for Scotland
  • Flag for Wales

If you are still on iOS 10, it is a good idea to wait for the iOS 11.1 update. Not only will this bring the new emoji, it will deliver a lot of bug fixes and it may allow you to enjoy new iOS 11 features without all the problems current users are running into.

What’s New in iOS 11.4.1

What's New in iOS 11.4.1

What's New in iOS 11.4.1

The iOS 11.4 update added Messages in iCloud and AirPlay 2, but it also brought issues along with it. The iOS 11.4.1 update keeps these long anticipated features and includes fixes for some iOS 11.4 problems. 

Specifically the iOS 11.4.1 update;

  • Fixes an issue that prevented some users from viewing the last known location of their AirPods in Find My iPhone. 
  • Improves reliability of syncing mail, contacts and notes with Exchange accounts.  

This update also includes other bug fixes and security upgrades. It's possible that this update includes a fix for bad iOS 11.4 battery life. 

Messages in the Cloud allows you to backup your iMessage conversations to the cloud just like you back up your notes, contacts and photos. This means they are backed up in case something happens to your phone, but that's not all. 

Messages in the Cloud syncs deleted messages and threads across your iCloud devices. This means everything will show up the same across your Apple devices. With this in place you should see the same conversations everywhere, all of the time. 

This also backs up the photos and attachments in the cloud so you have more room on your iPhone or iPad. When you get a new device all of the messages sync to that device so you don't lose anything. 



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