Apple have unveiled a selection of new emojis for their new iOS update, including gender-neutral faces and new flags.
The new emojis – which were approved by the standards authority for the emoji language, the Unicode Consortium – come with the new iOS11 update.
Alongside new Scottish, Welsh and English flag emojis, there are also plenty of cute animals to send to your friends, among them giraffes, hedgehogs, zebras and even a dinosaur.
There are also apple pie, dumpling and broccoli emojis, as well as coat, gloves and scarves for the coming autumn months.
An orange love heart has also been added, as well as a sign-language gesture for "I love you", which has been a long time coming as activists have campaigned for years for ASL emojis.
Apple previewed a raft of new emojis back on World Emoji Day on July 17, and they're part of the update too, including more diverse faces such as a woman in a headscarf and a bearded man.
While iOS11 is providing plenty of new features, it has also been a drain on many users' battery lives after just a few hours of use.
Luckily, we have rounded up user recommendations to preserve your phone juice in this handy guide.
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