Apple’s iOS 16.4 developer beta version was released on Thursday, allowing iPhone, iPad, and Mac users to preview the 31 new emojis expected to be available later this year.
According to Emojipedia, the pink heart emoji is among the most anticipated on its way.
Before being submitted to Unicode for approval last year, a slight alteration was made to the shaking/shook face emoji since it was first introduced.
In addition, symbols for moose, jellyfish, ginger, pea pod, donkey, goose, flute, maracas, and more will also be available.
The pushing hand gesture emoji will be available in the standard five skin tones.
Emojipedia says for added emphasis, two hands can be placed next to one another with a collision emoji set in the space between the hands.
The public is expected to receive the iOS 16.4 update in either March or April this year.