Tomorrow is World Emoji Day, and Apple starts the celebration early by offering a talk on some of the new emoji coming later this year in IOS 13, iPadOS 13, MacOS Catalina and WatchOS 6.

Early February unicode The consortium, which makes all emoji approval decisions, debuted the entire list of 230 emoji coming this year. Apple notes that this group can be consolidated into fifty-five new emoji designs, many of which include variations – such as people holding hands emoji, which can be customized in over 75 ways to have different blends of gender and skin tone. Another major issue in this emoji release is a set of disabled emoji, which Apple is actually responsible for proposing to the Unicode consortium last year.

The last two years, new emoji has launched in the x.1

updates to Apple's software platforms, which often debut in October.