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If there's one thing millennials really, really care about, it's – wait for it – emojis.

And while we all know no message is complete without one, we didn't realise the extent of our generation's passion for them until Apple had the audacity to remove the original peach emoji.

In a move which had everyone up in arms recently, the tech giant released a batch of redesigned emojis for its iOS 10.2 software and ultimately forced us to use a peach emoji which looked like a peach… and not a big, curvy bum.

Like, some people literally have no chill.

Taking to social media to demand the return of the original, members of the public paid tribute to the emoji which did much to strengthen our skills in the sexting department… and Apple actually listened!

The global corporation released a new beta version of iOS 10.2 to developers on Monday, and we can confirm that the peach emoji is officially back.

It's big, it's round and it looks like the bum we all know and love.

And all is right with the world.



As excitement builds for the release of Apple’s newest emojis, iPhone users everywhere have taken to Twitter to mourn the loss of one of the most misused symbols of our time.

While brunch lovers around the world celebrate the introduction of the bacon and avocado symbols, sexters have denounced alterations made to their beloved peach emoji.

Having long been the focus of not so subtle flirting, Apple’s highly anticipated upgrade will strip the peach emoji of its bum like exterior and swap it for an image which looks far more like the piece of fruit it is supposed to represent.

In defence of the current peach emoji, social media users are refusing to upgrade their phones, have launched a “SaveThePeachButt” tag and are even threating to sue the tech giant behind the move.  






Thankfully, the official launch date of iOS 10.2 has yet to be released, so those intent on sending peach butts to potential love interests still have time to do so.

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