iOS 14.2 beta 2 includes new emoji including bubble tea, a transgender flag, ninjas and more

iOS 14.2 beta 2 is now available to developers, and the update includes a handful of new emoji characters for users. As previously reported by Emojipedia, new emoji options in iOS 14.2 beta 2 include bubble tea, a transgender flag, seals, feathers, and more.

These emojis were approved as part of Emoji 13.0 released by the Unicode Consortium earlier this year. Apple first previewed its custom designs for emoji in July, and today the release of iOS 14.2 is the first time we’ve had a look at Apple’s final designs.

Emojipedia describes what is new in this release:

Two emoji not seen from Apple to date include Smiling Face with Tear and Disposed Face.

This is also the first time that Apple’s gender change has been observed for people wearing tuxedos or veils.

Earlier releases gave a male to wear tuxedos and a woman to veil, but these are reclassified by Unicode as gender neutral emoji in Emoji 13.0, which is either for women or men to wear. Paves the way for consistent choices for. Default Person Design.

In total, 117 new emoji are coming out this year for iPhone, iPad and Mac users, with different skin tone options, new gender-inclusive options, and more.

Every year, Apple saves new emoji options for a point update for that year’s major iOS release. For example, the new emoji was included in the release of iOS 13.2 last year. Apple does this as a way to entice users to update their devices to the latest and most secure versions of iOS.

With iOS 14 this year, finding new emoji is easier than usual. One of the new features in iOS 14 is the ability to discover a collection of emoji characters. The feature has been on the Mac for years, but unfortunately, it has not yet made its way to the iPad, even with the release of iPadOS 14 this year.

iOS 14.2 beta 2 is available to developers right now, but a release for public beta testers is likely to come soon.

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