With the iOS 15.4 update, Apple adds 37 new emojis; android users are missing out

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The new iOS 15.4 is accompanied by iPadOS 15.4 which contains the Universal Control feature that allows using a single mouse and keyboard across iPad and Mac. This will enable users to drag and drop files between the iPad and the Mac as well. Android users will certainly be able to view the new emojis sent from updated iPhone devices but they won’t be able to use them. This is because the new emojis are still in beta for Android users and it is unclear as to when they will be able to avail the emojis.

Apple users were offered the option of updating to iOS 15.4, which added 37 new emojis and permitted face unlock while wearing a mask. Find out more information here. Apple just released a new update for iPhone owners that includes a number of new capabilities. Users with iPhones 12 and higher were given the option to update to iOS 15.4, which allowed them to unlock their phones using face ID while wearing a mask and use a slew of new emojis. Apple included 37 new emoticons in the update, which iPhone users may use on WhatsApp to express themselves more efficiently.

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  • READ | World Emoji Day 2021: See most popular emojis across social media & find their meanings. Meanwhile, Apple launched the iOS 15.4.1 update just weeks after launching the 15.4 update to fix the battery draining problem users complained about. The company had said that the update focused on fixing the bug and improving user experience and it did not bring any new features.

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