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In Apple's recent launch of the iOS 8.3 Apple has emphasised more on the fact as to how people inthis generation communicate. The company has this embedded emoctions and pictures in its latest version of the iOS.
You can simply update your iOS device by heading to the "Software Update" section in your iPhone or iPad. Want to up your texting game by being more inclusive? Here's how to get and use the new iOS emojis.
Go to Settings --> General --> Software Update. Restart your iPhone as instructed.
After you've successfully updated your phone's software, open your preferred messaging app. Since it's built into the native keyboard library, the emojis will be available wherever you need to type.
Post opening th emessaging app that you use the most or is your preferable on, press the Globe icon on the left of the spacebar until you get to the emojis
Swipe to the People panel.
Tap and hold the image you want, until a bubble appears above it. The new ethnically-diverse symbols are available only in the emojis that look like people or groups of people. They look a bit more golden-yellow than the others.
Select the version of the icon you want. Congrats you're done.