17. July is World Emoji Day every year, and this week, Apple took the opportunity to give a public preview of some of the new emoji that will be available on iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch in the coming fall.  The new emoji are based on the approved character set of Unicode 12.0, which was officially adopted in March and contains 59 new characters. Apple also adds the ability to select countless skin tone variants of the various holding hands moons, giving a total of 75 possible combinations.
A sample of Apple's new emojis
Six new animals are added to the collection including flamingo, guide dog, skunk, orangutan, sloth
Food and drink
Among food and drink items are garlic, butter, ice cubes, felafel, waffle, oysters (or will it be categorized as an animal?), A juice box and the popular South American drink, maté.
Last year, Apple proposed to the Unicode Consortium more disabled emoji, and more will be added. Wheelchairs, a new guide dog, a prosthetic arm and a prosthetic leg, and an ear with a hearing aid to name a few.
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