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Today is World Emoji Day, and Apple is celebrating by highlighting several of the 56 new emoji that will hit iOS, macOS and watchOS later this year.
In June, the Unicode Consortium updated its standard to version 10.0.0, a change which also brought a slew of new emoji. Apple, of course, uses the Unicode standard for its operating systems — though it usually takes a few months before Apple adopts the latest version. But Cupertino took the time today to preview some of the incoming new characters in a press release published on Monday, July 17.