iOS 11 is one of the most celebrated operating systems for Apple owing to the amazing features the giant has embedded in this OS. Among a series of features, Apple is introducing a new feature in the form of an animated version of some of the most popular emojis introduced earlier in iPhones. The new animoji will use the face-scanning iPhone X feature to create custom 3D version depending upon user's facial expressions.
The new feature has been made available within the message app for iOS 11. The feature is programmed to immediately pick up users’ facial expression in order to animate accordingly. The feature also includes editing emojis in fullscreen. Animojis are animated in real-time before the users send them as the messages. Recipients, at the other end, will receive the audio-video clip as looping videos, which makes it a lot of fun to send and receive these videos.
In Apple’s words, it is a “custom animated messages that use your voice and reflect your facial expressions.” There are a series of 3D emoji models including unicorn, monkeys, cats, dogs and more. Among all these emojis, the poop emoji is the catch and the animation is created based on the user’s face scan.
The face ID feature not only allows users to create musical poop emojis but also help them unlock the screens as well as pay through the app with just face ID phone unlocking feature. The best thing about this celebrated feature is you can unlock the phone even if it is dark.
With iPhone X, Apple has revealed how exciting emojis can be when they sing along. And, the comely woman featuring herself into different animojis to sing along is a great fun to watch. The singing animoji along with face recognition technique clearly reveals the future of smartphone, which Apple is already leading through innovation. This emojis certainly differentiate the future of Apple’s next series of smartphones from other giants in the similar category.
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