List of Apple typefaces
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- Apple Garamond (1983), designed to replace Motter Tektura in the Apple logo. Not included on Macs in a user-available form.
- New York (1984, by Susan Kare), a serif font. Converted to ttf by Charles Bigelow but no longer installed on Macs. Only a roman style, without complementary italic.
- Toronto (1984, Susan Kare)
- Athens (1984, Susan Kare), slab serif.
- Hoefler Text (1991, Jonathan Hoefler), still included with every Mac. Four-member family with an ornament font.
- Espy Serif (1993, bitmapped font, dropped with Mac OS 8)
- Fancy (1993), Apple Newton font based on Times Roman
- Chicago (1984 by Susan Kare, pre-Mac OS 8 system font, also used by early iPods)
- Geneva (1984 by Susan Kare), sans-serif font inspired by Helvetica. Converted to TrueType format and still installed on Macs.
- Espy Sans (1993, Apple eWorld, Apple Newton and iPod Mini font, known as System on the Apple Newton platform)
- System (1993, see Espy Sans)
- eWorld Tight (1993), Apple eWorld font based on Helvetica Compressed
- Simple (1993), Apple Newton font, based on Geneva)
- Skia (1993 Matthew Carter), demonstration of QuickDraw GX typography in the style of inscriptions from antiquity. Still installed on Macs.
- Charcoal (1999, Mac OS 8 system font)
- Lucida Grande (2000 by Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes, used in OS X)
- San Francisco (2014), the new system font on Apple Watch and other Apple devices from winter 2015, now since 2017 Apple's corporate font.
- Myriad (Apple's corporate font (until 2017) and used by the iPod photo), not installed on Macs in a user-accessible format. Designed by Robert Slimbach and Carol Twombly.
- Monaco (1984, Susan Kare) Bitmap, later converted to TrueType. Still included with Macs, but default monospace typeface is now Menlo.
- Menlo (2009, Jim Lyles), based on the open-source font Bitstream Vera.
Script and handwritten
- Venice (1984, Bill Atkinson), bitmap script inspired by chancery cursive. Never converted to ttf.
- Los Angeles (1984, Susan Kare), bitmap casual script font. Never converted to ttf.
- Apple Casual (1993, used on Apple Newton)
- Apple Chancery (1993, Kris Holmes), a test-bed for contextual alternates in font programming. Still installed on Macs.
- Apple Symbols (2003, Unicode symbol/dingbat font)
- Cairo (1984 by Susan Kare, a dingbat font best known for the dogcow in the 0x7A (lowercase Z) position)
- LastResort (2001 by Michael Everson, Mac OS X Fallback font)
- London (1984, Susan Kare), bitmap blackletter. Never converted to ttf.
- San Francisco (1984, Susan Kare), bitmap font in a 'ransom note' style. Never converted to ttf.
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