The tech giant's latest iOS 14.5 beta update has been made available for developers, with a host of fresh and changed icons to use in conversations and posts.
As detailed by Emojipedia, the new syringe - which has a bloodless design - could pass as a vaccine, while other new emoji include a heart on fire, exhaling face and more inclusive gender options.
Included in the 217 icons are couples with a mix of skin tones, and a woman with a beard, which comes after last year's addition of a man with a beard.
This comes after Apple continued to add more gender-neutral images, including variations for people wearing a wedding veil or tuxedo, as well as options for people bottle feeding a baby, and Mx Claus (a gender-inclusive version of Santa or Mrs Claus).
Now, spiral eyes, face in the clouds and a mended heart are all amongst the new designs, while the traditional black headphones have been replaced by a white AirPods Pro Max design.
Developers were only given access to the new emoji on Tuesday (16.02.21), and there's no news on when a final version of the update will launch.
However, a public beta typically follows the developer trial a few days later.