Apple is rolling out the new beta of OS X to developers — and, for the first time, the public has a close look at more diverse emoji. Apple has openly acknowledged that emoji lack racial diversity; even the ones that do represent people of color are often criticized as stereotypical. Now, it looks like the Cupertino company is finally making steps in the right direction. Right now, the new slew of emoji only show up on supported devices. For devices not running the latest software, the original white emoji characters appear in their place. In another notable update, Apple is replacing its watch emoji with — you guessed it — the Apple Watch.