Emoji Versions are emoji-specific documentation produced by the Unicode Consortium.
As such, Emoji Versions are usually (but not always) released alongside an update to the Unicode Standard character coding system via a Unicode Version.
Emoji 2.0, Emoji 12.1, and Emoji 13.1 were published separate from any update to the Unicode Standard. This was because they exclusively recommended new emoji sequences and emoji presentations for existing codepoints from earlier Unicode Versions.
Note: There were no version of Emoji 6.0-10.0. A decision was made in 2017 to align Emoji version numbers with their respective Unicode versions, starting with version 11.0.
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