Want to create and use Animoji on iPhone X in iOS 11 but don’t know how? This article will show you how to create and use Animoji on iPhone X in iOS 11 with detailed steps and pictures.
The iPhone X, also called as iPhone 10 is equipped with a seriously long list of features, including facial recognition, 5.8 OLED display, faster A11 Bionic process, glass body, edge-to-edge display, Animoji, etc. But amide all of those wonderful features, iPhone X emoji animation is generating lots of interest among users.
Animoji takes advantage of new Face ID facial-recognition system to create 3D emoji characters based on your own facial expressions. You can make and then share them with friends or other Apple users in the Messages app as stickers. It will appear as an animated face in messages chat log.
For now, there are 12 different Animoji to choose from: monkey, robot, cat, dog, alien, fox, poop, pig, panda, rabbit, chicken, and unicorn. But you just need to choose the emoji you like and add the words you want to send. To better use this new feature on your device, follow us to check the detailed steps about how to use Animoji on iPhone X in iOS 11.
NOTE: Animoji is only available on iPhone X. iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are not in the supported list, as they do no support built-in recognition technology. In addition, your Animoji can only be seen by the friend with an iPhone.
How to Make and Use Animoji on iPhone X in iOS 11
Step 1. Animoji is available in your iMessage app drawer. Open a message > Tap the Animoji icon (It’s third from the left next to App Store) > Once you open it, you’ll see the Animoji come to life on the screen > Choose from one of the 12 Animoji characters you prefer.
Step 2. Look straight into your iPhone X and place your face inside the frame > Tap the Record button to start recording > Say your message and make facial expressions.
Step 3. After you finish creating, tap Record button again to end (you can record up to 10 seconds) > Then tap the blue Send button to share the Animoji to your friends/family.