Last year, Apple World celebrated Emoji Day (July 17) by giving us a preview of some of the emoji's coming to iOS 12 and MacOS Mojave in the fall of 2018. This year Apple is doing it again.
In February, the Unicode consortium concluded the Emoji 12.0 list, and approved 59 new emojis to be included in our operating systems this fall. The 59 new emoji include over 170 variations of gender and skin tone to better represent the diversity of people and couples on the planet.
Apple, one of the Unicode Consortium's voting members, proposed quite a few new emoji meant to better represent variations in availability: guide dogs, prostheses, wheelchairs, hearing aids, and so on. Many of them are included in the latest version of the standard.
You'll also find a variety of new foods (waffles, butter, onions), animals (sloth, skunk, flamingo) and various clothes and items.
Apple's preview only shows some of these new emojia, but all 59 (with all 171 gender and skin tone variations) come to our units in iOS 13 and macOS Catalina this fall.