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How to use the new Emojis in iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3

A couple of days ago Apple made available to users iOS 8.3, the latest major update to the mobile operating system, as well as OS X 10.10.3. Among all the new features included in these latest versions we must highlight the more than 300 new emojis that have been included, and today we show you the news and how to use it in iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3 .

With iOS 8.3 Beta 4 we could already see that Apple had doubled the number of emojis, but now they are finally a reality and have reached all compatible devices. Here we tell you how the new emojis keyboard looks and how it is used , you will see that it is really something very simple that has no major complication.

Learn how to use the new emojis in iOS 8.3

How to use the new Emojis in iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3
How to use the new Emojis in iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3

First we started with iOS 8.3. The first thing you need to do is make sure you have updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to the latest version of the system and once you have done this simply tap on the balloon icon located on the left side of the space bar on the keyboard.

You’ll notice that the emojis keyboard has changed in iOS 8.3 and you can now scroll through them all faster and more smoothly to find the image you want to send. From here, all you have to do is tap on the emoji you want and keep your finger pressed to display the different options it offers and without removing it from the screen slide it to select the tone you want to use.

However, it must be said that this function of iOS 8.3 will not work with all icons, but will only be valid for emojis that have human elements . In this way, Apple wants to give more racial diversity to the emojis, although other new emojis have been added that have nothing to do with this, like a new Mac or a clock, among other things.

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How to use the new emojis in OS X 10.10.3

As explained on TheNextWeb, Yosemite’s latest release, OS X 10.10.3, also includes these 300+ new emojis. So if you have a Mac updated to this version you can also enjoy them very easily .

On a Mac, all you have to do to choose between the different skin tones available in the new emojis is open the emojis keyboard by pressing the combination Cmd + Ctrl + Space . Then, just hold the mouse over the emoji you want and the options to choose from will appear.

As you can see using the new emojis in iOS 8.3 and OS X 10.10.3 is very easy . However, you have to take into account that if you use a different skin tone to send it to someone who doesn’t have a device with either of these two versions, they won’t be able to see it, but it will appear in the same color as always.

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