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Apple Is Releasing An Eye Roll Memoji And Eight Others

Apple Is Releasing An Eye Roll Memoji And Eight Others

We reach for the eye roll emoji around 200 times a day, which is why we're *very* excited that Apple has launched a memoji version, too.

We've got a sneaky suspicion this is going to be our most-used memoji ever. Expect extra levels of sass for the foreseeable.

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And that's not all. The latest iOS 13.4 update will introduce a selection of nine new memojis, other options which include a praying memoji, an angry face and a 'shocked zombie' option, too.

There's also a party horn design and a sassy 'tipped hand' memoji - which we'll probably use pretty often, too. But let's face it, it's the passive aggressive eye roll we'll be reaching for 99 per cent of the time.

Other options include a memoji to represent our virtual selves sitting behind a laptop screen as well as a face surrounded my love hearts.

There are nine new memojis (Credit: Apple)
There are nine new memojis (Credit: Apple)
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While the new selection of memojis aren't currently available on every device, as they're still in the testing phase, it's expected you'll soon be able to use them at the touch of a button on iMessage and FaceTime.

If that wasn't exciting enough, we've also recently been treated to 117 new emojis for 2020, including a transgender flag, 'feeding the baby', a dodo, blueberries and a mammoth.

As well as a 'disguised face' and a pinched finger emoji - which is getting a *lot* of hype online - there's also a stylish plotted pant and a mystical black cat emoji.


Animal emojis have had a huge revamp for 2020, too. We're talking a polar bear, beaver and even a mammoth.

Unicode Consortium - who is responsible for choosing the emojis for Apple and Android devices - are yet to reveal when we can expect the emojis, but hopefully it will be soon.

With this lot, we won't even need to use words...

Featured Image Credit: Apple

Topics: Technology, Apple

Lucy Devine

Lucy is a journalist working for Tyla. After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, she has worked in both print and online and is particularly interested in fashion, food, health and women's issues. Northerner, coffee addict, says hun a lot. Get in touch at [email protected]

 

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