FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS How To Type and Insert Trademark TM, Registered (R) and Copyright (C) Symbols on iPhone / iPad IOS

Do you know how to type and insert the trademark symbols on your iPhone?

Learn how to do it in this video:


When you're using your iPhone or an iPad or pretty much any other iOS device, and here's how you type that trademark or copyright symbol on an iOS device. It could be an iPhone or an iPad. It doesn’t matter it works the same way. You go to settings, go to general. You go to a keyboard and here you've got to check if you've got the emoji keyboard installed. If you're like me and you don’t, you'll have to add a new keyboard, and when you get there, find the emoji keyboard and make sure you have it here. Once it's installed, you can go to the app where you want to type. It could be the notes. It could be the browser or it could be anything where you need those symbols and then you want to click on the emoji button. Once you're there, it's going to be a ton of different emojis and you got to click on the button for symbols right there. Once you get to that screen, you'll see a lot of different symbols. You'll have to swipe all the way to the left until you see this screen. And here, you have all of the three symbols in the same place.

So basically like TM. So we'll get you the TM symbol. If you click on the R in a circle, it gets you an R in a circle symbol, and if you click on the copyrights symbol, it will get you the copyright symbol. Plain and simple, right?

Now, I hope you found this video useful, and if you did, make sure you share it with your friend. And by the way, if you're using a different platform, maybe Windows, or maybe an iPhone or an Android device, we have videos for that as well. And better yet, we created a free tool that you can use to access these characters regardless of the platform you're using. It works under windows, under Mac, under iOS, it works with Android, it works with any device out there, and it's a free tool that you can access at TMF.ROCKS/TYPE. TMF stands for Trademark Factory. So TMF.ROCKS/TYPE - just go there and use it anytime you need to type these characters and I'll see you in the next video.


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