You are preparing a special note on your iPhone and need to type trademark, copyright or registered symbol. How would you add these symbols to your text? Worry not. The QuickType keyboard can let you easily type these symbols on your iOS device.
There are two ways you can type trademark, copyright and other symbols on your iPhone. While one way is to simply type them making the best use of a predictive feature of the keyboard, the other way is to add the symbols using the emoji keyboard. Let me show you how it works! (Also read: How to Type Special Characters and Symbols in iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad)
How to Type Trademark, Copyright, Symbols with Emoji on iPhone and iPad
If the QuickType keyboard doesn’t suggest the symbol you want to type, you can use the emoji keyboard to easily access it.
Step #1. Open any app and access the QuickType keyboard.
Step #2. Next, tap on the emoji icon at the bottom of the keyboard. (If you don’t see the emoji icon, touch and hold on the globe button and then select Emoji in the emoji.)
Step #3. Once you have accessed the emoji keyboard, swipe left from right. Continue to swipe until you find the Symbols section.
Step #4. Now, select the symbol you want to use.
How to Type Trademark, Copyright Symbols on iPhone and iPad using QuickType
Note: This trick is not working for now.
Step #1. Launch any app on your iOS device where you can access the QuickType keyboard. In this text, I’m going to use Messages app.
Step #2. Open any conversation and tap on the text field.
Step #3. Now, type “TM” for the trademark. For a registered symbol, you need to type (R). And for Copyright symbol, type (c)
Step #4. The keyboard will suggest the appropriate symbol. Simply tap on the symbol to add it.
The QuickType keyboard has become very smart in iOS 10. Apart from suggesting words, it now suggests emojis as well. You can also convert text to emoji in order to completely emojify your iMessage.
If you want to get the best out of the QuickType keyboard, head over to this complete guide.
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