The rainbow flag emoji is located in the last panel of the "Objects" section between the checkered flag and the paintbrush. In addition to the rainbow flag, Apple added 72 new emoji including new skin tones, a dude walking and this woman wearing a bearskin.
You turn this keyboard on in your Settings app, in the General settings. Tap on Keyboard, then tap on International Keyboards, tap on Add New Keyboard, and then scroll down and tap on Emoji.
On your iPhone 3GS or 4 or 4S with iOS5, go Settings, General, Keyboard, International Keyboards, Add New Keyboard. Select "Emoji" in the keyboard list. Once the keyboard has been added, a new icon will show up when you send an imessage.
Don't see the emoji keyboard?
If your keyboard hasn't opened, tap the text field to bring it up. Tap the Smiley button to the left of the Space bar. This button will open the Emoji keyboard, and the regular keyboard will be replaced by emoji characters. Hold the Globe button and select "Emoji" if you don't see the Smiley button.
Tap Settings > General > Keyboard. Tap Keyboards. Tap Add New Keyboard. Locate and tap Emoji.
🗿 Moyai Emoji They represent human bodies and they're located on Easter Island. The emoji is depicted as a grey stone head with outstanding eyebrows and a nose, most often facing left.
Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > On Keyboards screen, select Add New Keyboard option. On the next screen, scroll down and tap on Emoji. Once you tap on Emoji, the Emoji Keyboard will be installed on your iPhone and you will find the Emoji icon back on the default Apple Keyboard of your iPhone.
If you can't see the emoji keyboard, make sure it's been added.
The 100 emoji appears next to the fire when you snap back and forth with someone for one hundred days in a row.
You can open the emoji menu in two ways:
The emoji menu is accessed from the keyboard by tapping or long pressing the emoji/enter key in the bottom right corner, or via the dedicated emoji key in the bottom left (depending on your settings). You can change this by following the below steps: Open the Microsoft SwiftKey app. Tap 'Emoji'