New emoji options include Ninja, Black Cat, Bison, Fly, Polar Bear, Blueberry, Fondue, Bubble Tea, and more, with a list below.
- face’s – Smiling face with tears, disguised face
- The people – ninja, person in tuxedo, woman in tuxedo, person with veil, man with veil, woman weaning, person weaning, man feeding child, mx. Claus, peeple hugging
- body parts – Pinched fingers, anatomical heart, lungs
- Animals – Black Cat, Bison, Mammoth, Beaver, Polar Bear, Dodo, Seal, Beetle, Cockroach, Fly, Worm
- food – Blueberry, Olive, Bell Paper, Flatbread, Fondue, Bubble Tea, Tamarind
- Household – Planted Plant, Teapot, Peenata, Magic Wand, Nesting Doll, Sewing Needle, Mirror, Window, Plunger, Mouse Trap, Bucket, Toothbrush
- Diverse – Feather, Rock, Wood, Hut, Pickup Truck, Roller Skate, Knot, Coin, Boomerang, Screwdriver, Carpentry Saw, Hook, Ladder, Lift, Headstone, Placard, Transgender Symbol, Transgender Flag
- dresses – thong sandals, military helmets
- musical instruments – Accordion, Long Drum
The update features 55 gender and skin-tone variants as well as new gender-inclusive emojis that can be used as an alternative to gender versions, such as tuxedos instead of veil and current female / male options The person with
As noted by Emojipedia, Apple previewed a handful of these emojis in July, but many new characters are being seen in their new form in the new beta.
After the Emoji 13 update, there will be a delay with Emoji 14 which will prevent the introduction of new emoji in 2021. The emoji 14 will be released six months late, meaning that it will not be added to the smartphone until 2022. A stop-gap emoji 13.1 update is planned for 2021, but this is mostly on skin tone changes Is focused and introduces only a few new emojis, including the face with sharp, spiral eyes on the face, face in the clouds, heart in the fire, and matching heart.