iOS 9.1 is bringing several other emoji along with it. From a taco to a burrito to prayer beads to a satellite, there are going to be a number of new options, many of which you can see right here in this breakdown of Unicode 8.0.
A new mysterious emoji from Apple has also been discovered ahead of the update's release and it's not clear what purpose it has. That should be revealed whenever Apple decides to unleash the update, and its new emojis, to iPhone and iPad users.
If you're a heavy emoji user, you should be extremely excited about the new emojis coming in the iOS 9.1 update. Last year we had to wait for iOS 8.2 to bring new emojis. This year, they'll be coming to iOS much faster.
Apple's latest OS X El Capitan Beta also comes for support for these new emojis. OS X 10.11.1 is available for public beta testers ahead of the update's release on September 30th.
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