Those emoji will not be available for Apple products until Apple actually adds support for Unicode 10, which includes designing its own artwork for each emoji.
In addition, to mark World Emoji Day, Apple has changed a number of titles of its films in iMovies to emoji-only titles. Remember, it's always left up to manufacturers to create and release designs for Unicode emoji.
Apple says that the emoji will be coming to iOS, macOS and watchOS later in the year.
The new slate of small pictures and icons you use in messaging will also include more animals such as a dinosaur and zebra and mythical creatures like zombies and elves. The Exploding Head smiley is an instant favorite.
3 years on, families commemorate loved ones lost on MH17
Most of those on board were Dutch, but 17 other nationalities were represented in the death toll, including 38 Australians. The Dutch government said earlier this month that any suspects will be prosecuted in the Netherlands.
OU's Okoronkwo named to Butkus Award watch list
The award named after legendary linebacker Dick Butkus has been presented by the Butkus Foundation in every year since 1985. He previously was named to the Maxwell Award Watch List, which is given to America's College Player of the Year.