Apple's emoji keyboard was first available in Japan with the release of iPhone OS version 2.2 in 2008. And in 2011, Apple introduced emoji to their desktop operating system with the release of OS X 10.7 Lion💻. Users of mobile devices such as iPhone and iPad can now add emoji keyboards through [Settings>General>Keyboard], and then tap the smiley emoji [😀] in the keyboard to input emojis.

🔺 iPhone for instance, after users add emoji keyboard in their device, they can open the emoji input interface by long pressing the smiley face on the keyboard of their device. And you can find the emoji you want by search the keyword in search bar🔍.

As for the desktop and laptop users, you can use emojis via [⌘Control+Command+Space].

Apple's emoji supports all emojis in the latest Unicode version. It can be used in Apple device such as iPhone, iPad, iMac, Macbook etc. Some device also support Animoji and Memoji.

The following is a list of Emoji pictures designed by Apple, which is divided into 10 parts according to 10 categories. Each category lists the Emoji to which the category belongs, including the Emoji picture and the corresponding short name.

You can click on the picture or text to enter the dedicated page of this Emoji, and view the description, usage examples, technical data, pictures of other vendors and more detailed information of this Emoji.

If you are using a mobile phone, you can press and hold the Emoji picture to display the menu, and then choose to download or share the picture.

If you are using a computer, you can right-click on the Emoji picture to display the menu, and then choose to download or copy the picture.

AppleEmoji images list provided by Apple

Categories: 😂 Smileys & Emotion

Categories: 👌 People & Body