While chatting with friends, family, and loved ones, emojis play a key role. Your mundane email should include a smiley face or a party hat to add a dash of colour or a blip of personality. The emoji options are endless, which ensures that you can keep your readers on their toes at all times.
With the release of the iOS 15 update, Apple recently introduced a number of new emojis to the list, including trolls, people peeking out from behind your hands, a saluting emoji, and even a "pregnant woman" emoji that caused controversy online. Including a shaking face, pushing hands, and a pink heart, 31 new emojis are reportedly coming to iOS and Android in 2023.
Now, the Emojipidea have come up with a great piece of news. They will soon fill our phones with new emoticons. These consist of a light blue heart, a grey heart, a pink heart, pushing hands (both left and right in all skin tones on offer), a donkey, a moose, a blackbird, a jellyfish, a goose, a wing, ginger, hyacinth, pea pod, a folding hand fan, a hair pick, a pair of maracas, a flute, which are all on the list of potential emojis on the new list.
Not only this, a sacred Sikh symbol will also be included. It is ‘Khanda—a symbol of the Sikh faith’. The Khanda emoji is anticipated to be added to both Apple and Android smartphones with the upcoming emoji update 15.0. When digging about the Khanda sign, it has come out that the Khanda is the Sikh religion's most respected symbol and is regarded as its global mark of recognition. The religion makes extensive use of the symbol at its holiest locations.
As part of World Emoji Day on July 17, Emojipedia is urging users to take part in a survey while they wait for the final decision. The first thing the creators want to know is which of the new emoji you are most looking forward to. Additionally, a double-elimination competition for the emoji that best embodies 2022 is being held on Twitter. Furthermore, these new emojis will be released in the month of September this year.
Being 2% of the population in the world, it has been a bliss for the Sikh community as earlier turban-wearing man’s emoticon was discovered and now the Khanda symbol.