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Apple often uses what looks like a "light" version of Lucida Grande or Lucida Sans Unicode, as seen here:

I like the font a lot, but neither Lucida Grande nor Lucida Sans has a light version. Is this simply a proprietary Apple font, or is there some way of obtaining it?

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I think you're after Myriad Pro Light 300

iPhone 5

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They use Myriad:

Myriad Pro Light

If you are after a free alternative and you don't mind that it isn't an exact match, you could use:

Vegur Light

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As I understand it, Apple's type is a tweaked version of Myriad Pro. You may notice some variations.

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