No matter what you're looking to express in a text, adding in an emoji is nearly essential. There's a little emoticon for almost anything you want to communicate.
Unicode, the company that develops emojis, works side-by-side with Apple to create ideas for new additions that come with product updates.
With Apple's iOS 14.5, we're getting a whole slew of updates like new gender-inclusive emojis, new skin tone variants, and interracial couples (for the kissing couple and couple with heart emojis).
According to Unicode, 210 of the emoji updates are skin tone variants, and the remaining seven are brand new emoticons.
The new designs include a flaming heart, a mended heart, a person with a beard, and a new syringe to replace the current syringe emoji.
iOS 14.5 is in beta now, coming to a public release soon. This supports Emoji 13.1, the latest emoji list with thes… https://t.co/YdUEvQZ52h— Emojipedia (@Emojipedia) 1613557053.0
Bravo to Apple for adding even more diverse emojis to its roster.