The Green Apple
The Green Apple emoji features a classically perfect green apple with its stem and leaf still attached. Plus, you know what they say, an apple a day will keep the doctor away. This iconic emoji first appeared during Apple iPhone’s OSX / iOS 5 update.
The Grapes emoji come in a cluster and commonly reminds people of wine making, thus the icon is heavily utilized when the beverage is referenced. The Grapes emoji icon was not apart of the original non standardized emoji release but rather came later during the OSX / iOS 5 update.
The Strawberry is a commonly recognized emoji as many people world wide consu - The Strawberryme the fruit regularly. This favorable fruit emoji was first introduced during the release of the Japanese non standardized emoji set and was later incorporated in the Apple iPhone emoji collection during the iOS 2.2 update as an unlockable feature. The Strawberry’s underlying code has only been altered one time during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
The Pineapple emoji is an exact replica of the tropical crown Hawaiian fruit. This emoji was unfortunately not included in the official Apple iPhone release of the original emoji set. However, the Pineapple emoji was eventually incorporated during the OSX / iOS 5 update.
The Ear of Corn
Many relate an ear of corn to harvesting season or as a delicious addition to backyard barbecues. The Ear of Corn emoji was included after the original set of emojis had been announced as it was introduced later on in the OSX / iOS 5 update.
The loaf of bread is exceptionally recognizable as it embodies that of a full regular sized loaf or white bread. This emoji was first released among several other original emojis during the Japanese release of the non standardized emoji set. Apple incorporated the Bread emoji during their iOS 2.2 update where they released their own emoji set as an unlockable feature. Since then the Bread emoji underlying code has only been changed once during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
Apple features several cooking emojis including a frying pan with an egg, cooked noodles in a cup, and cooking utensils themselves. These cooking emojis first appeared in the Japanese standardized emoji set and were later included in the Apple iPhones software during their iOS 2.2 update where they included emojis as an unlockable feature. The Cooking emoji’s underlying code has been changed one single time during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
The yummy Hamburger emoji is a crowd favorite as it resembles one of Americans favorite meals. The Hamburger emoji was first incorporated during the released of the non standardized emoji set. This tasty emoji was later introduced in the Apple iPhone emoji collection during their iOS 2.2 update as an unlockable feature. The Hamburger’s underlying code has only been altered once since then during the iOS 5 / OSX 10.7 update.
The Pizza emoji resembles that of a pie that was originally invented in the country of Italy. The Apple version of the Pizza emoji features a slice of classic pepperoni pizza. This iconic emoji was unfortunately not included in the original release of the Japanese nor Apple iPhone emoji set release. The Pizza emoji was first seen after the OSX / iOS 5 update.
The Ice Cream
The iconic Ice Cream emoji is cherished by all world wide. Despite its delicious popularity, the Ice Cream emoji was not apart of the original Japanese non standardized emoji set release. It was not until the Apple iPhone OSX / iOS 5 update that the Ice Cream emoji was incorporated.