|BFFAs||Briar Beauty and Blondie Lockes|
|— Apple White in "Apple's Tale: The Story of a Royal"
Apple White is the daughter of Snow White, the protagonist from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. She's looking forward to her destiny, from being poisoned to ruling her realm as a beloved queen. It is a destiny everyone would want, but Apple White is oblivious to just how much hers differs from so many others. It doesn't occur to her that they need to make sacrifices by playing the role of villain or mere supporting character to enable her story. And so, when voices rise among the student body to rewrite the stories, Apple White is on the side that fights for adherence to tradition.
Apple White is destined for a great future and dead set on obtaining it. That this might be at another's cost, like her story's villain Raven Queen, does not register with her. In part, she is shielded from this reality by an ongoing barrage of praises and compliments on her address. She stands in high esteem both among her fellow students and the headmaster, who have nothing but good to say about her. Though she doesn't fall into the trap of becoming vain or snobby, she is certainly self-absorbed and egocentric.
Apple has bright blue eyes and her mother's characteristic pale white skin and red lips, but lacks the ebony hair and instead sports blonde curls.
- Main article: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
She is the daughter of Snow White.
Her best friend is Briar Beauty, and she's also close with Blondie Lockes. Apple shares a dorm room with Raven Queen on her own request, but is not friends with her. They do try to get along, though, and manage.
She is destined to date Daring Charming, but is only friends with him yet, though the both of them do indulge their fans with a small amount of show couple behavior. When Blondie asked them about their relationship, Apple replied, "This is high school, we've got forever after to be together."
Despite her destiny, there are enough boys at Ever After High with a crush on her and who flirt with her. In "Apple's Tale: The Story of a Royal", Tiny and the son of the Hero of Haarlem both expressed a crush on her, with Tiny offering to carry her books. In "Raven's Tale: The Story of a Rebel", a boy attempts to give her a flower, which she reacts positively to.