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iOS 14.2 Beta 2 Adds New Emoji Characters like Ninja, Pinata, Bubble Tea, Polar Bear and More

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As part of the second beta World Emoji Day of iOS 14.2, Apple will launch the new Emoji 13 characters previewed earlier this year.

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New emoji options include ninja, human embrace, black cat, bison, flies, polar bear, blueberries, fondue, bubble tea and much more.

  • Faces – Tears, smiling face in disguise
  • people – Ninja, man in tuxedo, woman in tuxedo, man with veil, man with veil, woman feeding baby, baby feeding baby, man feeding baby, mx. Klaus, embracing people
  • Body parts – Fingertips, anatomical heart, lungs
  • animals – Black Cat, Bison, Giant, Beaver, Polar Bear, Dodo, Seal, Beetle, Cockroach, Flies, Worms
  • food – Blueberries, Olives, Bell Peppers, Flat Bread, Fondue, Bubble Tea, Tamil
  • Households – Pots, Tea Pots, Pinata, Magic Wand, Lantern Dolls, Sewing Needle, Mirror, Window, Plumb, Mouse Trap, Bucket, Toothbrush
  • various .
  • Clothes – Thong sandals, military helmet
  • musical instruments – Accordion, long drum

This update contains 55 gender and co-tone variants and can be used as an alternative to the gender versions with the new gender, e.g.

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As mentioned Emojipedia, Apple previewed a handful of these emojis in July but many of the new characters appear in their official beta in the new beta.

Following the Emoji 13 update, the introduction of the new emoji in 2021 with Emoji 14 will be avoided. Emoji 14 will be released six months late, which means it will not be able to be added to smartphones. 2022. a Update stop-gap Emoji 13.1 Designed for 2021 but it focuses mostly on changes in skin tone and introduces only a few new emojis including face breathing, face with spiral eyes, face from the clouds, heart and fire setting.

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