iPhone font is the interface of an iPhone for text writing. The apple has changed the iPhone interface font several times. As first noted by the always excellent daring fireball, the iPhone 4 and later models use a subtly revised font called Helvetica Neue.
Changing the Font Style of an iPhone
You can change the font style of an iPhone, to do this follow the step below.
You first of all install fonts for bytafont. Open the bytafont 3 app and navigate to browse fonts. You also select the font of your own choice and download it.
Secondly, once you click on the download button, you will be taken to the Cydia package of that font.
iPhone Fonts on Various iPhone Models
It should be noted that Apple has made a change in the iPhone interface font severally.
- The original phone known as the 3G and iPhone 3GS system font uses Helvetica. Daring Fireball, the iPhone 4 and later models use a subtly revises font which is called Helvetica Neue. Darinfire ball also noted that this change is related to the iPhone 4 display and also the older iPhone models running ios 4 or later still make use of Helvetica as the system font.
- Also, when operating with the ios 7 or the ios 8, all the iPhone models use Helvetic ultra light and lastly when operating with the ios 9 and later, all phone models make use of a font that is fairly similar to Helvetica.
What is the Font used on iPhone 7?
There are also some fonts used on iPhone 7 that is different from other sets of iPhone users which is also very unique and different from other modes of iPhones.
The font on the iPhone 7 is both Helvetica Neue ultralight as well as Helvetica Neue. Apple did this due to the difficulty attached to the Neue ultralight that is very hard to read in small sizes while the regular Neue is heavy in larger sizes. Ios 7 uses all these fonts.