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How to Use Memoji on iPhone X, iPhone Xs & iPhone Xr



This guide will show you how to use Memoji on the iPhone X to make your own custom Animoji that you can use in Messages and in FaceTime.

Think of this as a Bitmoji Animoji, but it’s not as easy to get a perfect duplicate as with other services.

One upside to the Memoji is that you can create several of these so that you have one for every situation, funny, formal and everyday.

The Memoji iOS 12 feature only works on the iPhone X, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr.

How to Make a Memoji

How to make a Memoji on iOS 12.

How to make a Memoji on iOS 12.

You’ll need to start by making a Memoji before you can use one. This takes place in the Messages app on the iPhone. Here’s what you need to do.

  1. Open Messages.
  2. Tap on the Apps icon.
  3. Tap on the Animoji icon (the monkey).
  4. Scroll all the way to the left and tap the + sign to make a new Memoji.

From here you can customize the overall look of your Memoji. There are a lot of options for you to choose, and you can make many different versions, so go wild.

Pick the rest of your options to make a Memoji.

Pick the rest of your options to make a Memoji.

  1. Pick the Skin color and any Freckles.
  2. Tap on Hairstyle to switch to the next option.
  3. Continue through as you choose the rest of your options.
  4. When you are done you will be back in Messages and you can start using it.

If you like the overall look and want to create a variation, you can tap the three dots in the bottom left. This will allow you to edit, duplicate or delete the Memoji.

How to Use Memoji

How to use Memoji in Messages on iPhone.

How to use Memoji in Messages on iPhone.

Once you make your Memoji, you can start using it in FaceTime and Messages.

In Messages, you can use Memoji the same way you use Animoji.

  1. Open Messages.
  2. Tap on the Apps icon.
  3. Tap on the Animoji icon (the monkey).
  4. Choose your Memoji
  5. Tap record to start a 30 second timer.
  6. or Tap the Memoji to take photo of it.

You can also use Memoji in FaceTime. This allows you to replace your face with the Animoji version. You can also use Animoji in FaceTime now.

How to use Memoji in FaceTime.

How to use Memoji in FaceTime.

  1. Start a FaceTime Video call with someone.
  2. Tap on the Effects icon on the left.
  3. Pick your Memoji.
  4. You’ll see a preview of your Memoji.
  5. Tap the effects button again to go back into FaceTime.

You can have a two way Memoji conversation, but keep in mind the other caller will see you without the Memoji until you activate it.

iOS 12 vs iOS 11: What’s New in iOS 12.1.1

iOS 12.1.1 Features & Fixes

iOS 12.1.1 Features & Fixes

The iOS 12.1.1 update enables several new features on the iPhone and iPad. It does not brings with it watchOS 5.1.2.. Here's a look at the new iOS 12.1.1 features and the bug fixes. 

  • Notification preview using haptic touch on iPhone XR 
  • Dual SIM with eSIM for additional carriers on iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max
  • One tap to flip between the rear and front-facing camera during a FaceTime call
  • Live Photo capture during one-to-one FaceTime calls
  • The option to hide the sidebar in News on iPad in landscape orientation
  • Real-time text (RTT) when using Wi-Fi calling on iPad and iPod touch
  • Stability improvements for dictation along with VoiceOver 

The iOS 12.1.1 fixes include;

  • Fixes an issue where Face ID may temporarily become unavailable
  • Addresses an issue that prevented visual voicemail from downloading for some customers
  • Fixes an issue in Messages that could prevent predictive text suggestions when typing on the Chinese or Japanese keyboards
  • Addresses an issue that could prevent Voice Memos recordings from uploading to iCloud
  • Fixes an issue where time zones may not have updated automatically
  • This release also adds features and fixes bugs for HomePod including:
  • Support in Mainland China and Hong Kong
  • HomePod LEDs illuminate during Group FaceTime calls

There are also security fixes that are part of this update. 

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