Apple's "30 years of Mac" font

sebastianromero's picture

I can't identify the font used throughout the whole Apple's Thirty years of Mac site.

Sample:

Link: http://www.apple.com/30-years/2012/

It looks a lot like Frutiger, but it's not. It seems to be some kind of custom-made typeface.

Font: 
Myriad Set
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Comments

inktrap's picture

Myriad. Some kind of light or ultra-light weight.

Josev's picture

Apple had a custom Myriad made

donshottype's picture

It seems there is no legitimate Myriad Extra Light for purchase. Substitute extra light are found on a list at http://fontfeed.com/archives/extra-thin-ultra-light-fonts/
Don

sebastianromero's picture

Thank you guys! It must be a custom made typeface then.

inktrap's picture

I checked it via “Inspect element” in Firefox and it’s “Myriad Set” specifically.

From wikipedia:
Adobe's most recent version of Myriad is Myriad Pro, which has some additional enhancements and character set extensions, but is not significantly changed in design.

Myriad Apple, a modification produced by Galápagos Design Group, incorporates minor spacing and weight differences from the standard varieties, and includes Apple-specific characters such as the company logo.

In 2006, Myriad Apple was superseded by Myriad Set, which contains extra ligatures and other minor changes.

sebastianromero's picture

Thank you again, inktrap!

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