Apple’s iPhone emoji update includes a kangaroo and red hair options

Here are the 70 new emoji coming to iOS

Apple unveils new emoji on World Emoji Day - news

The 70 new emojis will be rolled out in a free software update later this year. "In particular the redheads and curly haired options are likely to be popular", said Jeremy Burge, the founder of Emojipedia and creator of World Emoji Day.

Healthy eaters will be delighted to learn that a mango and lettuce also made the cut - along with a cupcake for balance.

In addition to the new hair options, Apple's upcoming update brings new new smilies including a frozen face, puppy-dog eyes, a party whistle face and a smiling face with three hearts surrounding it. Emojis can be polarizing, however; some people hate them. You can make as many alter egos as you want to use in Messages and FaceTime.

Apple (AAPL) previewed some of its 70 new emojis on Monday.

A handful of realistic animals join the menagerie of emojis, including a parrot, kangaroo, lobster and peacock.

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The new leafy green and mooncake emojis are meant to celebrate Chinese culture, specifically the Mid-Autumn Festival, Mashable reported.

Today is World Emoji Day, and Apple is already looking forward to the future of emojis.

The ranking also revealed that emojis expressing positive emotions were the most used globally, with the exception of the crying emoji, which came in sixth.

We expect the new emoji to arrive alongside iOS 12, macOS Mojave, and watchOS 5 in September.

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