On Tuesday, Apple revealed that the upcoming release of iOS 12.1 would include over 70 new emoji. The new additions range from a raccoon to a ball of wool to people with red or no hair.
The only potential downside to the announcement is that iOS 12.1 has not yet been officially released. But the benefit is that when you're ready to join Apple's public beta program, you're only minutes away from sending a frozen face emoji.
To sign up for the beta program, visit this website and follow the instructions. The process involves installing the beta profile on your iPhone ($ 999 at Sprint) restarting your phone and downloading the update, just like any other OS update. The easiest way is to visit the beta program website on the iOS device you want to register.
However, it is important to note that the update is in beta, which means there are likely to be problems and errors. It's a good idea to back upbefore you install the beta.
Of course, the other option is to wait a few weeks and let Apple release the official version.