Can you spot what is wrong with Apple’s new ‘black foot’ emoji?
Instead of being praised for increasing the diversity in their emoji offerings, Apple have customers enraged for one specific reason.
Can you pick it?
People are annoyed that the entirety of the foot is black, whereas in real life, people with darker skin types often have graduated colourings with it being lighter on the bottom of their feet.
Is this political correctness gone mad?
Or should Apple take into account a more realistic design?
So iOS 12 has a black foot emoji, everyone asking “who df has a black foot” don’t forgot Longfellow deeds yall pic.twitter.com/yc3egQ9OCR
— Hubes (@weallhubes) November 4, 2018
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— The_News_DIVA🎀 (@The_News_DIVA) November 3, 2018
I don’t get why everyone is so pressed about the bottom of the foot being black too. Lol look at the angle, if the sole isn’t black, how will you know the race of the emoji? You can’t see the rest of the body lol, y’all dumb af
P.s. it’s an emoji lol https://t.co/3OsiVmiV0B
— ceyoncé (@celineeski) November 2, 2018
The ppl who made this emoji prolly aint seen a black foot bottom
— Veno (@CapCityVeno) November 2, 2018