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Apple Releases A Bunch Of New Emojis, Including A “I Love You” Hand Sign

Coming soon to iOS 11.1, Apple has revealed hundreds of new emojis that will get emoji-lovers addicted!

According to the brand’s official newsroom, the new icons will include more large-scaled options such as more emotive smiley faces, gender-neutral characters, clothing options, food types, animals, mythical creatures and more.

So let’s dive into the variations; from the previous edition of the company, we all are aware of the new various skin colors and age differences. Plus, the release will also bring a group of new clothing emojis, such as a trenchcoat, cap, red scarf, and a pair of gloves.

New food icons include dim-sum, broccoli,  apple pie, and a traditional “takeout” container. The animals section is enhanced with the additions of a zebra, a grasshopper, giraffe and a hedgehog. There’s also a selection of new fictional characters, including a mermaid, fairy, wizard and a vampire for those of us who are waiting Halloween desperately!

The most attention-grabbing introduction is the American Sign Language-hand gesture for “I love you” emoji. It’s a welcome addition to the emoji library, however it is also the most arguable one for now.





The official announcement of the company says that the new emoji will debut next week with the new iOS update and will be available for iOS, macOS and watchOS.

We Apple users are waiting for these newcomers impatiently!

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