Consortium today (January 29, local time) announced the final set of Emoji 13 emojis, which will be launched in 2020 along with Unicode 13, and will eventually be used by Apple on iPhones, iPads, In electronic devices such as Mac computers.
The update features 62 new expressions, such as tearful smiley faces, polar bears, seals, tea, picans, hot pots, teapots, wands, beetles, pinata and more.
Here are all the new emoticons that Emojipedia lists through the categories:
– Face: A tearful smiley face, a disguised face
– People: ninjas, people in tuxedos, women in tuxedos, veiled people, men wearing veils, women feeding babies, baby-feeding men, Santa Claus, huggers
– Body parts: pinched fingers, heart anatomy, lungs
– Animals: black cats, bison, mammoths, beavers, polar bears, birds, seals, beetles, cockroaches, flies, worms
-Food: Blueberry, olives, bell peppers, bread, cheese pot, milk tea
– Home: Potted plants, teapots, Pinata, wands, sets, stitches, mirrors, windows, tweezers, mousetraps, buckets, toothbrushes
– Other: Feathers, Rocks, Wood, Thatched Houses, PickupS, Skates, Knots, Coins, Swinging Darts, Screwdrivers, Carpentry Saws, Hooks, Ladders, Elevators, Gravestones, Signs, Transgender Symbols, Transgender Flags
– Clothing: toe-toed sandals, military helmets
– Instruments: accordion, drums
The update also includes 55 gender and skin color variants and new gender-inclusive emojis, such as veil-wearing and tuxedos, which are just two options for men and women.
Apple will launch the new Unicode emojis sometime in 2020, and is expected to be available to users this fall as an iOS 14 update.