Apple update takes texting to new level with 184 new emoji

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CUPERTINO, CA - Having trouble finding just the right emoji to express your deepest feelings? That light bulb and the red "100" just not doing it for you anymore? Have we got news for you!

With Apple's new iOS 9.1 update, you now have access to 184 new emoji (That's the plural BTW. Not "emojis."). This should take your texting to a whole new level.

There is everything from a taco to a champagne bottle popping its cork, and the new internet mascot, a pink unicorn (not barfing up a rainbow, unfortunately).

There's also a mosque, a synagogue and a Shinto shrine, as well as a cool, blue robot head for those waiting on the robot takeover. A buck-toothed nerd face with thick glasses is sure to be a favorite, as is the turkey, just in time for Thanksgiving.

The most controversial (and probably one that will be most used) is the middle finger salute. To make things a little more PC, you can send it in several different skin tones (because you wouldn't want to flip off your friend in the wrong skin color).

Steve Jobs would be so proud.

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