Those who don’t identify as male or female, or would simply rather not specify gender, might be able to identify with a new emoji headed to iPhone.
Apple gave the folks over at BuzzFeed News an early look at the latest group of emoji headed to iOS devices. Perhaps most notably, the lineup includes three gender-neutral emoji: an adult, kid, and senior citizen, all of which will be available in a range of skin and hair tones (save for the senior, which exclusively sports silver hair).
Another emoji headed to the pack is a cricket, which should come in handy the next time a Tinder date ghosts you.
Also on tap is “I love you” in American Sign Language, a woman in a steam room, a male fairy, a mermaid, wizard, vampire, giraffe, zebra, hedgehog, and dinosaur.
There’s also a couple new smiley faces, including a shhh smiley you might use in a library, a monocle smiley, an angry looking one with a censored profanity over the mouth, and a “grinning face with crazy eyes.” We’re also getting some new food emoji, including a potsticker, takeout box, broccoli, and pie, plus some new sports and activity-themed characters like a sled, rock climber, baseball cap, and curling emoji. Those of you who live in cold and rainy climates might appreciate the new scarf, gloves, and trenchcoat emoji, which are also on the way.
The new emoji are slated to roll out for beta testers on Monday, Oct. 9, according to BuzzFeed. Everyone else will be getting them when the final version of iOS 11.1 arrives around the end of this month or early next.