Using a Keyboard Shortcut or Text Replacement To Insert the Apple Logo in Text.
If you’re curious how to place the Apple logo into any text (for example, when Renaming Apple Devices), here’s how it is done on a Mac and on an iOS device.
Inserting “” on a Mac
- Place the mouse cursor where you want the Apple logo to appear.
- Use the keyboard shortcut: Option+Shift+K and the logo will be inserted (yes, it’s that easy!).
Inserting “” on an iOS Device
Because there is no keyboard shortcut equivalent on iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, you’ll need to use Text Replacement to insert an .
First, review my previous post on Using Text Replacement on iPhone.
- On your iPhone or iPad, etc., copy this symbol:
- Go to Settings>General>Keyboard>Text Replacement.
- Touch the “+” in the upper right.
- For Phrase, paste in the .
- For Shortcut, pick something short and memorable. I use “applelogo” as my shortcut—I type it in and when I hit the spacebar, the replaces “applelogo.” You can use a shorter shortcut, but make sure it’s a group of letters that is not a real word or part of one. (For example, “aplo” won’t work. But “aplz” will.)
Tip: If you have Mac, you can set up the text replacement there first, and then use the shortcut on any of your iOS devices. See Using Text Replacement on a Mac.