Which New iOS 15.4 Emojis Are You Actually Using?

In the 180th episode, David and Donna share which of the dozens of new iOS 15.4 emojis they’re actually using, from heart hands to melting face. Also, they explain why you might be seeing a blank gray box in place of the new emojis! Other topics include adding your driver’s license to Apple Wallet in states that support this feature and moving your cursor with precision when typing.

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    Susan Misuraca is a Content & Customer Support Specialist at iPhone Life. She loves putting her 8 years of customer service to use setting customers at ease, listening to their needs, and finding effective solutions to their issues. In her free time, Susan brings that same passion for providing an exceptional customer experience to Noble House, the kava bar she runs with her husband Brian in Fairfield, Iowa. Susan is a devoted dog owner, and when she’s not working, she enjoys walking in the park with her furry companions.