Coronavirus is not only affecting humans but emojis too

Due to the continued pandemic, the Unicode Consortium has determined to postpone the discharge of the v14.0 Unicode normal for six months. The 14th model of the Unicode Standard would have included numerous new emojis.

“This 12 months we merely can’t decide to the identical schedule we’ve adhered to prior to now.”, stated the President of the Consortium, Mark Davis.

Unicode Consortium strongly depends on volunteers. The present world scenario is stopping these volunteers from finishing the model within the given timeline. Hence, in the most effective pursuits of volunteers, the emoji-making group has pushed the discharge of the v14.Zero of the Unicode Standard to September 2021.

To recall, the v13.Zero of the Unicode Standard was accepted simply two months in the past. However, these emojis will likely be included within the launch of Android 11.

Source: Unicode Consortium






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