In less than a month, your iPhone is finally getting some new emojis.
The 69 new symbols have been a long time coming – Unicode, the consortium responsible for choosing the new emoji across all platforms, approved the new emoji last March.
The new emojis will finally arrive on iPhones “in late October or early November,” according to Emojipedia. MacOS, watchOS, and tvOS will also get the new emojis around the same time, Emojipedia reports.
Here’s the full list of every new emojis coming this fall, excluding all the various skin tone variations:
Apple announced last week that the new emojis would be arriving with the next iOS update, but we now know a more definitive timeframe for when they’ll actually be widely available on iPhones. For those who downloaded the developer preview of iOS 11 last June, however, the new emojis should have already arrived.
For a closer look at all the new symbols, check out Business Insider’s comprehensive ranking of all the new emojis. But keep in mind that those emojis are rendered in Emojipedia’s “Apple-like style” and aren’t the final design of the new symbols.
The new emojis will be included in the iOS 11.1 software update, which will arrive in about a month. To download, go to Settings > General > Software Update.