[OS X TeX] Typesetting the Apple character

Paul Vickers paul.vickers at unn.ac.uk
Fri Nov 17 08:49:54 EST 2006

I know using xeLatex one can typeset the Apple logo using the Palatino 
ligatures and the \logo apple command. However, I do not want to use 
xeLaTeX for my current document but I do want the Apple symbol. I notice 
you can type it directly from the keyboard with shift-alt-k and it 
appears in the .tex source. Of course, when it is run through LaTeX it 
comes out as a string of three characters. Anyone know how to typeset 
this symbol in normal LaTeX?



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