How to Type Apple Emoji on Mac and Windows

Apple is the most valuable brand in the world. Its logo has a huge popularity. No wonder fans love to flaunt Apple symbol on their iDevices like iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac and more.

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What about typing Apple symbol on your Mac or Windows? You can use this superb text glyph in many ways. As for instance, it can be used to rev up your social status, smarten up any document and much more. Let’s get it done!

How to Type Apple Emoji on Mac and Windows

How to Type Apple Symbol on Mac/Windows PC

Typing Apple symbol is very easy on Mac.

To do so, you just need to press Option + Shift + K on your Mac.

That’s it!


How to Type Apple Symbol on Windows PC

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Typing Apple symbol on PC (Windows) is just as simple.

Step #1. First off, you have to press the Windows and R keys.

Step #2. The Run window will be launched. You need to type in “charmap”. And then, hit enter.

Step #3. Now, Character Map will be opened. It is a Windows program which boats of tons of unique characters.

Now, you will have to select the “Bakersville Old Face” font from the drop-down menu.

Step #4. Next, you need to scroll down until you find Apple logo. Then, you have to select it, right-click it to Copy.

Step #5. Finally, you need to paste the Apple symbol in your document or wherever you wish. Just right click and then hit the Paste or simply use Control+V keyboard shortcut in order to get the job done.

That’s all there is to it! Now, use these tips to get the best use of Apple symbol.

The Cupertino-based company has been consistently ranked as the world’s most valuable brand for the past few years. Apart from being the world’s second-largest smartphone maker, it has been a top notch manufacturer of smartwatch (Apple Watch) and tablet (iPad). Fans take a huge pride in owning its products. Among all these products, iPhone has been remarkably successful.

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