Apple rescues the peach emoji

“Long live the peachbutt!” Alex Fitzpatrick reports for TIME Magazine. “Apple ruffled many a feather earlier this month when it looked like its peach emoji would no longer resemble a posterior, which many people use it to represent.”

“Those who were dismayed at the decision will be happy to know that Apple appears to have reversed course, instead offering a peach that arguably looks even more like a butt,” Fitzpatrick reports. “The refreshed peach emoji is one of many such changes coming with Apple’s iOS 10.2 upgrade, currently available in beta.”

Fitzpatrick reports, “The update also includes a deep roster of totally new emoji, including the extremely useful ‘facepalm.'”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: Whew! Crisis averted!

Kim Kardashian will be especially happy.

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    1. Sorry, this is a roaring revolver … 💥🔫💥🔫💥🔫

      On another note Jony, to be consistent with the GUI design starting with iOS7 — consider total removal of Skeuomorphism Illustrative EMOJIS. Like leather in shoes 👞 and handbags 👜, felt in the top hat 🎩, wood from an old radio 📻 … I could go on and on.

      To be consistent with iOS minimalist abstract design that abhors and banished Skeuomorphism — it is about time to keep the house in consistent order in regard to emojis. No?

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