The day we've all been waiting for has arrived. The new emoji are here!
iPhone users can now update to iOS 8.3, which includes racially diverse emoji. Finally.
For those unfamiliar with updating their iPhone software, all you need to do is hit Settings, then General, then Software Update. It will likely take a little while for your iOS to update, but there are fresh new emoji waiting for you when it's finished.
Most of the new emoji are people-related. There are new types of families, male emoji kissing other male emoji, female emoji kissing female emoji, new flags and, of course, new skin tone options for many of the emoji, but not all. The default color for every emoji is now yellow instead of a white skin tone.
To get the different skin tones, just hold your finger down on an emoji and different options will appear like this:
As you can see, the layout of the emoji is new, too. You can scroll through all of the emoji at once, instead of having to select a category.
Here are some of the new emoji you can play with: