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398 New Emojis Available For Your iPhone
Yawn Face, Flamingo and Sloth have all joined the emoji party
Apple have now released their iOS 13.2 software update for iPhones which brings 398 new emojis to your keyboard. Announced earlier this year, the new emoji designs were confirmed in a blog post from Emojipedia and if you update your iPhone, you'll have access to all of them. It makes the keyboard for messaging far more diverse than it ever has been with the addition of people holding hands with a mix of skin tones, people in wheelchairs and people with a hearing aid or cane.
A new white heart has been added, along with a selection of new animals including sloth, flamingo, skunk, otter, orangutan and guide dog.
In addition to all the new emoji designs added, some existing emojis have been re-designed or modified.
There are a whole host of people holding hands available with different combinations of woman, man and handshakes, plus a wider variety of skin tones. For the emojis that feature two people, you select the skin colour for each of them one at a time.
There are 67 new accessibility emojis available in iOS 13.2 that also include prosthetic arms and legs.
If you make use of the shape emojis, you'll be pleased to know that each of the hearts, squares and circles now have more colour choices available including red, orange, yellow, green, black and brown.
You'll also find eight new food options, including onion, garlic and ice cube.
There are plenty more to discover once you update to iOS 13.2, including the pinching hand, razor, blood, banjo, ballet shoes. Happy messaging!