Typing on an iPhone or iPad just got more relatable after Apple rolled out the newest version of iOS 14 that further embraces diversity through emojis.
The new iOS 14.2 and iPad OS 14.2 upped the operating system's inclusivity game with its new roster of emojis which include a woman in tuxedo, a man and a woman feeding a baby, and male brides and female santas—all in various skin tones. The transgender flag was also added.
They also added a milk tea emoji, the "frustrated Italian gesture" which is a reference to a popular meme, and a ninja. By far the most popular among the new batch is the smiling but also teary-eyed emoji which the internet finds relatable.
The new update also comes with some new improvements such as eight new wallpapers, a refreshed AirPlay menu, a new Shazam toggle for Control Center, and the usual bug fixes.
Here is the full list of new features: