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Many people in our world today value the sloth and its unique characteristics, yet Apple has ignored this. The customers of Apple who have supported the company's products for years deserve to express their infatuation with the sloth within their social media activities, e.g. Facebook and Twitter. The sloth-valuing population would also enjoy sharing this love for the families Megalonychidae (two-toed sloth) and Bradypodidae (three-toed sloth) with their friends in text messages and other communications.

Letter to
Apple Inc., CEO Tim Cook
Apple has failed its customer base. When searching for the appropriate emoji in any given situation, Apple users often cannot find the one they yearn for: the sloth.

The sloth can be the perfect emoji to spice up an otherwise dull tweet, message, or email. Whether it be at the end of a love letter, the beginning of a good-morning text, or used to pop the question "PROM?" Apple enthusiasts are unable to adorn their social media publications, which can easily be resolved with your help.

I find it hard to believe that anyone would be against such an idea, and many people would be ecstatic to find a sloth in the pool of emojis after the next software update. When emojis consist of dull black and white shapes, asian scripts that majority of your users cannot decipher, and every phase of the moon, it is hard to give a valid reason explaining why users are unable to appreciate the majesty that would be incorporated in a sloth emoji.

I thank you for your consideration and continue to prosper in your electronic empire.