The Unicode consortium announced on Wednesday the postponement of the presentation of its next emoji gallery by six months.
“In the current circumstances, our contributors already have a lot to do.” The Unicode consortium, which decides on the emojis that appear on our phones, announced Wednesday, April 8, on his blog (in English), postponing its next version for six months. The latter, which was to be presented in March 2021 for delivery to the general public a few months later, will not be revealed until September 2021. It will therefore be necessary to wait until 2022 to use the pictograms that have been retained.
“This announcement does not call into question the new emojis included in version 13.0 of the Unicode standard announced on March 10, 2020”, specifies the consortium. We will therefore be able to find, from this autumn, the pictograms of the transgender flag, neutral people, fondue or even the dodo, this famous extinct bird.
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