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Your iPhone Just Got a Bunch of New Emoji

Oct 21, 2015

Apple's new iPhone update, iOS 9.1, brings 185 new emoji to the smartphone. There's a middle finger emoji (properly called "Reversed Hand With Middle Finger Extended"), a taco and rolling eyes, among others.

Check out some of the newcomers below. For the rest, see Emojipedia.

You can download the iPhone update by going to the Settings app, then "Software Update." Be sure to back up your device first, just in case.

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