Apple records a lot of data regarding the use of its operating systems. The apple brand shared at the beginning of the month the Emoji most sent to iOS (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch) and macOS (Mac) in the United States. Unsurprisingly, the laughing Emoji is widely in the lead.
As you can imagine, the American technology giant monitors the use of its operating systems. This practice makes it possible to analyze the habits or the different behaviors of the users for possible improvements. However, Apple has a policy of ” differential confidentiality ” This prevents the brand from identifying the owner or author of the data.
As a reminder, iOS animates the manufacturer’s phones, tablets and music players, while macOS is intended for its laptops and desktops. Apple recently unveiled in a document the most used Emoji on these two platforms.
As mentioned earlier, we find the Emoji that cries of laughter in the first place. It was used much more than the second in the ranking, the classic red heart. Then we find the Emoji crying profusely, followed by the one with the eyes in hearts. Then come the Emoji who kisses a heart, the one who rolls his eyes, the skeleton head, the Emoji who smiles, the one who is about to cry and finally the one in full reflection.