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Sunday, 18 February 2018

Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Apple

In China, they just celebrated the New Year 4716 . On this occasion the celebration, also known as the Spring Festival, will give way to the Year of the Dog in its culture.

On February 16, to celebrate the new year in China, Apple included a new special effect in its native messaging application.

This effect is a variant of the current "Celebration" effect and has been improved with a red tone and golden text. Two colors that imply good luck in their tradition.

How to get the new iMessage background effect of the Chinese New Year

To get the new background effect in Apple's native instant messaging application for iOS, which as we mentioned is a variation of the golden sparkle effect, you simply have to write "Happy Chinese New Year" on your iPhone and / or iPad.

But you must do it in English or in Chinese. But do not worry, then we tell you step by step how to do it:

1. Open iMessage on your iPhone or your iPad.

2. Select a chat conversation.

3. Write "Happy Chinese New Year" without quotes.

4. Press the send button.

Additionally you can write "新年 快乐" or "新春 快乐" and it will have the same effect.

    Happy Year of the Dog, friends! 🐶🎊 #chinesenewyear

    A shared post by Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie) on Feb 15, 2018 at 8:09 PST

Automatically, the new special effect of celebrating China's new year will appear . You will not have to select any background effects or do anything else. That easy!
How to celebrate China's new year with Siri

On the other hand, Siri also wanted to be part of this celebration. If you set Siri's language in Cantonese or Mandarin, you can make it respond with commands to celebrate the new year. Here are some phrases you can try:

1.鸡 年 大吉 / 新年 快乐 / 新春 快乐 / 春节 愉快: Happy Year of the Dog, Happy New Year, Happy Spring Festival.

2.你 打算 怎么 过 春节?: How do you celebrate the Chinese New Year?

3.你 能 陪 我 过 春节 吗: Can you celebrate the Chinese New Year with me?

Without further ado, here we end with the celebration of the new year in China. We only have to congratulate our Chinese readers with all our affection, and wish them a prosperous year 4716!

Via | iMore 

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