The Mobile Phone
The Mobile Phone emoji icon is a splitting image of the Apple iPhone, in fact it was originally titled ‘iPhone’. The Mobile Phone emoji was first released in the Japanese non standardized set and later on in the Apple iPhone 2.2 update as an unlockable feature. Apple has only altered the Mobile Phone emoji underlying code once during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
The Laptop Computer
The Laptop Computer emoji icon features a desktop computer screen complete with a standard keyboard. Japanese carriers were the first to release the Laptop Computer emoji in their non standardized set. Apple incorporated emojis later on during their 2.2 update. The Laptop Computers underlying code has only been changed once since, during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
Resembling a portable digital camera, the iconic emoji camera is silver with a small black lens. The Camera emoji was released with the Japanese non standardized set and introduced into the Apple iPhone emoji collection during the 2.2 update. The underlying code of the Camera emoji has only been altered once during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7.
The Video Camera
The Video Camera emoji is identical to a handheld camcorder. This emoji was not included in the Japanese standardized set release nor the first Apple iPhone emoji unlock able feature launch. The Video Camera was incorporated in the Apple iPhone emoji collection after the OSX / iOS 5 update.
The Movie Camera
The Movie Camera emoji is quite different from that of the Video Camera emoji icon as well as the Camera icon for the Movie Camera emoji icon incorporates a circular reel with cinematic film exposed. The Movie Camera emoji was released in the original Japanese non standardized emoji launch as well as the Apple iPhone iOS 2.2 collection. The Movie Camera emoji underlying code has only been altered one time during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
The Television emoji was first released with the Japanese non standardized set as well as the Apple iPhone iOS 2.2 update as an unlockable feature. However, the Television emoji icon has not only had its underlying code altered during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update but its ascetics were additionally changed. The Television emoji icons screen is now larger and more up to date technically.
The Radio emoji resembles an old time receiver complete with speaker and antenna. Japanese carriers were first to release the Radio emoji with the launch of their non standardized set. Apple later incorporated the classic emoji within their iOS 2.2 update as an unlockable feature. The Radio emoji’s underlying code has only been altered once since, during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
The Alarm Clock
The Alarm Clock emoji is sure to be as loved as it is hated. Curse the device that wakes you up each and every morning. Unlike most other emojis, the Alarm Clock icon did not appear until after Apple’s OSX / iOS 5 update.
The Battery emoji icon, typically recognized by all, is fully equipped with both a positive and negative sign. This universally friendly icon did not make its first appearance until after Apple’s OSX / iOS 5 update.
The Dollar Banknote
The Dollar Banknote features green paper money with one dollar currency sign on the front of it. It closely resembles that of a United States one dollar bill more than that of any other country’s currency. Similarly to the last three emojis discussed, the Dollar Banknote did not make its first appearance until after the Apple iPhone’s OSX / iOS 5 update.