These are all the new emojis you'll find in iOS 14.5

Apple's recently released iOS 14.5 update comes with over 400 new emojis


Tech Desk April 28, 2021
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Apple recently released iOS 14.5 update which comes with sets of over 400 new emojis such as exhaling face, face with spiral eyes, face in clouds, vaccine syringe, mending heart, and woman with a beard, among others.

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Here are all the new emojis you get with the latest Apple update.

Face ExhalingPHOTO: Emojipedia

PHOTO: Emojipedia

The update includes three new smiley emojis. The ‘Face Exhaling’ emoji appears like a sigh of relief, ‘Face in Clouds’ represents a confused state of mind or sense of calmness, and ‘Face with Spiral Eyes’ means a state of dizziness or disorientation.

Mending Heart and Heart on Fire

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PHOTO: Emojipedia

The new ‘Heart on Fire’ emoji could represent desire or lust while a ‘Mending Heart’ emoji shows a bandaged heart which signifies a broken heart.

Woman With Beard

PHOTO: Emojipedia

PHOTO: Emojipedia

The tech giant has offered growing numbers of inclusive emoji designs in recent years hence the new update also includes gender options for people with beards and numerous skin tone combinations for couples, reveals Emojipedia.

More skin-tone variation for couples

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PHOTO: Emojipedia

Couples kissing emoji

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Covid-19 update

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PHOTO: Emojipedia

Since January 2020, nearly 783.7 million tweets were posted with the Syringe emoji. This is probably due to the Covid-19 outbreak hence Apple has introduced a new vaccine-friendly Syringe emoji which is now shown without any blood.

By removing the blood, the Syringe emoji is now versatile and can now be used to symbolize vaccination.

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