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Apple has lobbied for 13 new emojis to represent people with different disabilities. Let's take a look.

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Here's a man in a wheelchair for you to use along with your smiley faces or various critters.

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Like some of Apple's other emojis, these new ones have versions with different genders. Here is a woman in a wheelchair. We expect that if these are approved by Unicode, the consortium that controls emojis on the internet, you'll also be able to select various hair colors and skin tones.

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Prosthetics get represented, too. Here we see a prosthetic arm.

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This one is a prosthetic leg.

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The other emojis include a man with a probing cane...

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A woman with a probing cane...

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A man in an electric wheelchair...

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A woman in an electric wheelchair...

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A man signing that he's deaf...

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A woman signing that she's deaf...

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A service dog with a leash...

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A service dog with a harness...

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...and a hearing aid in an ear. Be sure to read the full story about Apple's new emoji proposal.

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