BUNCH new emojis for iPhone have been revealed, including a pregnant man and two saucy icons.
The cheeky creators say: Lip biting is the perfect way to show “flirting or arousal”.
But they suggest it can also work well to infuse anxiety.
The palm symbol is gaining attention for all the wrong reasons, with many suggesting it would be used to convey one’s grip on the ball.
The latest film, which also features a pregnant man who has woken up and a pregnant woman with no gender, has caused quite a stir on social media.
But some enthusiasts claim that it also helps with binge eating, representing a “weaning baby”.
The add-ons are just a few of the more than a hundred devices that will be coming to the iPhone soon.
That includes 37 brand new icons and variations of existing designs.
iOS 15.4 early testers can get their hands on them now.
Among them are seven brand new face plates, with a melted face meaning sarcasm, embarrassment or temper and greeting as a “sign of respect”.
25 new versions of the handshake emoji have been introduced with different skin color combinations.
Elsewhere, there’s now a disco ball, a heart hand, a dotted face, and a troll.
The reveal comes as iOS 15.4 beta testers also discovered that Apple is adding support for Face ID while wearing a mask.
Apparently it would work by recognizing “unique features around the eye area for authentication”.
In other news, a new space station for Tom Cruise for filming caused the jaws to fall out for all the wrong reasons.
Scientists have pinpointed when they believe The sun will explode and wipe out everything on Earth in the process.
And Apple is work to fix for a recently discovered bug that could potentially expose iPhone users’ personal data.
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