How to Use Apple Stickers in iMessage on iPhone Running iOS 12

While taking a peek at the newbies, I have unlocked an adorable Apple sticker pack on my iPhone running iOS 12. Read on to bring them into the play!

Along with GIF, stickers are my hottest weapons for fun-filled conversations. With a variety of options on offer, I always have something out-of-the-box to express my feelings. Recently, I’m making the most of the newly added Apple stickers in iMessage especially while chatting with colleagues to keep the conversation regarding All-Things-Apple alive!

The WWDC sticker pack has got some cool options like the classic Mackintosh icon, the evergreen Apple logo, the unforgettable “hello” and more. If you wish to add some “Apple-Esque” flavor to your communication, these stickers can be worth having a go! Let me show you how to bring them into action!

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Note: Before moving forward, ensure that your iPhone is running the latest iOS 12 beta.

How to Use WWDC Sticker Pack in iMessage on iPhone Running iOS 12

Step #1. Launch Messages app on your device and open a conversation → Now, hit the camera icon → Next, tap on rectangular inlay at the bottom left corner.

Tap on Camera Icon in iMessage on iPhone in iOS 12

Step #2. Next up, tap on Apple icon.

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Tap on Apple Icon in iMessage in iOS 12 on iPhone

Step #3. There you are! Now, browse through the special collection and select the one you want to use. Then, you can drag the sticker at the desired place on the camera.

Use WWDC Stickers in iMessage

Step #4. Up next, tap on the “X” button to get out of WWDC sticker pack → Now, hit the shutter button to snap a shot.

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Use Apple WWDC Stickers in iMessageNote: You can add stickers even after you have captured the shot.

Step #5. Once you are happy with the result, hit the arrow button to send the pic.

Send iMessage Using Apple Stickers on iPhone in iOS 12

That’s pretty much it!

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Your take?

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.

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