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This is What the Peach Emoji is Going to Look Like in the New Update
RIP classic peach emoji.

A new Apple iOS 10.2 update is on its way and the developers (and eventually the general public) got to see some of the changes in store for its users. Needles to say, it has gotten frequent emoji users both thrilled and dismayed over the new set of those tiny, little pictures. Aside from being re-drawn to make the designs look better, the updated version now includes a ton of new emojis, like bacon, a clown, and the shruggie among others (yay!)... 

...and it has also updated the iconic (pun intended) peach emoji that everyone uses to resemble a butt (nay!).

The new peach emoji looks totally different from the original. It's like a hybrid of an apple and an orange that got the peach's part in the middle. In short, it looks like a real peach. Zzzz.

As expected, people took to Twitter to express their sadness over potentially losing the classic design. And we say ~*potentially*~ because the update was only intended for the developers, so the rest of us have a month or less to enjoy the classic peach emoji before it morphs into an actual (not really) peach. That is until early- to mid-December when the final updates start coming in. 

Are you loving this new take on the butt peach emoji, Candy Girls?

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