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The new emoji will first appear in new iOS 11.1 developer and public beta previews next week.

The new emojis will include more smileys including gender-neutral characters, new clothing options and much more.

Finally, and not to be confused with the metal horns character added a couple of years ago, this new emoji means "I love you" in American Sign Language.

Apple gave the folks over at BuzzFeed News an early look at the latest group of emoji headed to iOS devices.

Apple's new emojis are about to change the texting game.

Others coming to your iPhone include a mermaid, genie, vampire, zombie, "mind-blown" emoji, and TWO dinosaur emojis, because one just wasn't enough.

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There will be a lot of new emojis for iOS users to send to their peers.

They aren't available in the iOS 11.1 beta yet, but they're coming.

New smiley faces are also arriving, including a foul-mouthed angry emoticon a hushing "silence" smiley, a curious one wearing a monocle, and a insane face.

The study collected over 100,000 benchmark results from seven different iPhone models over an 18 month period, across three different versions of iOS: iOS 9, iOS 10 and iOS 11. Now only an indigo heart emoji is needed to complete a full rainbow hearts set. The new emoji will allow users to express themselves in a more diverse and versatile manner.

This new ability can also be helpful for people who make use of accessibility features, like those who may have difficulty squeezing buttons. The macOS High Sierra should follow suit with the same emoji being added then.