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In honour of World Emoji Day, Apple has announced a bunch of new emoji coming to its major operating systems before 2018 makes its presence felt.
These operating systems include the iPhone and iPad’s iOS, Apple Watch’s watchOS and macOS, running on its laptops and workstations.
“With thousands of emoji available on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac, there are many ways to add personality to every message,” the Cupertino company notes in a press release.
As for the new emoji, there are over 15 heading for users’ devices, including a number of completely new icons.
A breastfeeding emoji, a woman with headscarf emoji and a new high-resolution vomit emoji joins a t-rex, a zebra and a zombie emoji. There’s also a genie, a sandwich, and a coconut to name a few.
Apple failed to mention when these emoji will be available, but it did slap the ever vague “later this year” label into its press release.