New Emojis in iOS 17.4

In the iOS 17.4 beta release, Apple has introduces a total of 24 new emojis, expanding the emoji library significantly.

New Emojis in iOS 17.4
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How to Get Your Hands on These New Emojis

  1. First, You have to update your iPhone to iOS 17.4
  2. Then open any app with a keyboard
  3. Tap the emoji icon
  4. Scroll through to find the new additions on your phone

Easy peasy, right?

Here is the New Emojis in iOS 17.4 with Meaning

EmojiDescriptionMeaning
πŸ™‚β€β†”οΈHead Shaking HorizontallyA face shaking its head left and right, indicating “no” or disagreement.
πŸ™‚β€β†•οΈHead Shaking VerticallyA face shaking its head up and down, indicating “yes” or agreement.
πŸ¦β€πŸ”₯PhoenixA mythical bird that rises from its ashes, symbolizing rebirth and renewal.
πŸ‹β€πŸŸ©LimeA green citrus fruit, often used to represent the flavor or the fruit itself.
πŸ„β€πŸŸ«Brown MushroomA mushroom with a brown cap, often used to represent mushrooms in general.
πŸ”—β€πŸ’₯Broken ChainA chain link that is broken, symbolizing freedom or a break from a connection.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ§‘β€πŸ§’Family: Adult, Adult, ChildRepresents a family with two adults and one child.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ§’β€πŸ§’Family: Adult, Child, ChildRepresents a family with one adult and two children.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ§’Family: Adult, ChildRepresents a family with one adult and one child.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ§‘β€πŸ§’β€πŸ§’Family: Adult, Adult, Child, ChildRepresents a family with two adults and two children.
πŸšΆβ€βž‘οΈPerson Walking Facing RightA person walking to the right, often used to represent movement or going somewhere.
πŸƒβ€βž‘οΈPerson Running Facing RightA person running to the right, often used to represent speed or urgency.
πŸ§Žβ€βž‘οΈPerson Kneeling Facing RightA person kneeling to the right, which can symbolize respect or a specific activity.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ¦―β€βž‘οΈPerson with White Cane Facing RightA person with a white cane moving to the right, representing someone who is visually impaired.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ¦½β€βž‘οΈPerson in Manual Wheelchair Facing RightA person in a manual wheelchair moving to the right, representing mobility.
πŸ§‘β€πŸ¦Όβ€βž‘οΈPerson in Motorized Wheelchair Facing RightA person in a motorized wheelchair moving to the right, representing assisted mobility.

These updates also include redesigns for existing family emoji, moving to a more consistent look with white silhouettes on grey squares.

This update ensures a more consistent and inclusive look across the emoji set.

Also Read: All Emojis meanings

The future of emojis

What’s next in the world of tiny, expressive icons? Only time will tell, but I’m betting on more inclusive and diverse options.

Emojis are there to spice up your messages, not replace good old-fashioned words.

The new emoji in iOS 17.4 are here to make your texting life a little more colourful. Why not give them a try?