Apple has released an influx of new emojis for customers looking for more ways to express their thoughts through symbols.
But it wouldn't be an emoji release without some controversy on the new options.
The latest update includes the foot emoji for anyone who had the urge to express the body part through symbols. But some outraged Apple users said the emoji was disgraceful and was "overthinking diversity".
Similar to the other emojis that include skin tone, the foot symbol features six different shades for inclusivity, the Daily Mail reports.
But the foot with the darkest skintone has caused outrage among some because of how unrealistic it is; the emoji image shows the bottom of the foot, an area that is usually considered to be a very similar pale shade for every different race.
However, clearly eager to ensure that the different skintones could be distinguished, Apple's new feet emoji show the soles as having the same shade of skin as the rest of the body - something that has irked plenty of social media users.
"Y'all overthink diversity and inclusion like s***. Who got a black a** bottom on their foot?" One person wrote on Twitter after seeing the new emoji update.
Another person agreed, writing: "Doing too much - if the bottom of your foot is black you should be visiting your doctor."
Some people believed that the reason why the foot emoji looked so off was because the designers had never encountered a black person's foot.
"Y'all just going to admit you don't know what black people's feet look like?" the outraged Apple user wrote.
After outrage ensued among some, others said they thought people were just looking for a reason to be upset about something.
"Talk about overthinking..." one person wrote in response to the outrage. "Imagine if they didn't create a black foot emoji...imagine the outrage."
Other people came to the defense of why Apple would design the emoji in that way.
"There's no emoji showing the top of a foot so the only way to make a foot for everybody is to make the entire foot black," the Twitter user explained. "Twitter be turning everything into a problem."
Another person thought the emoji should be scraped if people are going to get upset about each coloured foot.
"OK so how will we distinguish the different shades if all our foot bottoms are the same person?" A Twitter user asked. "Just scarp the emoji then."
By now Apple is probably used to some outrage over new emoji releases, but it has yet to respond to the latest issues some customers have with the foot symbol.