Your iPhone 11 has access to a huge selection of emojis, but you may be having trouble figuring out how to access them. Use these steps to get emojis on an iPhone 11.
- Open Settings.
- Choose General.
- Select Keyboard.
- Touch the Keyboards button.
- Choose Add New Keyboard.
- Select the Emoji option.
Our article continues below with additional information and pictures for these steps.
Emojis are a fun way to add some additional emotion or humor to a text message or email.
Your iPhone has the ability to include emojis when you type on your keyboard, but you may not be able to find them.
This is because the emoji option on the iPhone 11 is accessible as its own separate keyboard, and it’s possible that it’s not currently installed on your phone.
Our guide below will show you how to find and install the emoji keyboard on your iPhone 11 so that you can get access to emojis and start using them.
How to Enable Emojis on an iPhone 11
The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 11 in iOS 13.6.1, but will also work on most other iPhone models in most other versions of iOS.
Step 1: Open the Settings app.
Step 2: Select the General option.
Step 3: Scroll down and touch the Keyboard button.
Step 4: Tap the Keyboards option at the top of the screen.
Step 5: Touch the Add New Keyboard button.
Step 6: Tap the Emoji option. Note that you might need to scroll down a bit to find it if it’s not in the section at the top of the screen.
Once you have added the Emoji keyboard you will see a globe icon on your keyboard in the Messages app. If you tab that globe icon you will be able to tap on emojis to add them to your messages.
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