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Apple iOS 12 new ‘Woozy Face’ emoji is making the internet go crazy

The new ‘Woozy Face’ emoji can be used in a lot of situations. Find out where.

By: MARCIA SEKHOSE
| Updated on: Aug 20 2022, 11:40 IST
The Woozy Face emoji on iOS 12.
The Woozy Face emoji on iOS 12. (Emojipedia/Twitter)

Apple's latest iOS 12.1 update brings over 70 new emoji to iPhones and iPads. But there's one emoji that's got everyone guessing what it could mean.

Apple's new set of emoji include a smiling face with three hearts, the feeling hot and cold face, party face and pleading face. Apple has also added new emoji with red hair, gray hair and curly hair. There's this one emoji though which stands out among them all.

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This emoji has many a lot going on in the face with only one eye remaining intact. The left eyebrow is sunken with the eye almost closed. The mouth especially looks like a distorted version of the Nike 'Swoosh'. This emoji also has rosy cheeks. Emojipedia, the encyclopedia of emoji calls it the "Woozy Face" describing the emoji with uneven eyes and wavy mouth.

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The internet however has many different interpretations for the "Woozy Face" emoji. Twitter is buzzing with people tweeting how this emoji can be used in different scenarios.

 

 

 

 

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First Published Date: 02 Nov, 11:37 IST
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