Apple products like iOS, macOS, and watchOS, all use an original set of system fonts, called San Francisco, officially abbreviated as “SF”, much like Google uses Roboto, Open Sans, and Product Sans, and Microsoft uses Segoe.
For those wanting to design realistic mock-ups of Apple products, there is no better way to start than to learn about, and use, authentic Apple fonts. You’ll get to try some of them out in a section below.
This is the sans-serif typeface used in iOS, macOS, and tvOS. It has a more rounded, organic shape compared to San Francisco Compact, and is suitable for all sizes of text.
2 optical sizes (Text and Display) with 9 weights each, all with an italic variant. A rounded version is also available.Download
This is the sans-serif typeface used in watchOS. It has more geometric letterforms, optically corrected to look good at low resolutions.
2 optical sizes (Text and Display) with 9 weights each. Text has an italic variant. A rounded version is also available.Download
This is Apple’s official code font used in Xcode. Similar to Roboto Mono or IBM Plex Mono, but has a high continuity with San Francisco, much like Roboto Mono with Roboto, and IBM Plex Mono to IBM Plex Sans.
6 weights (300–800) with an italic variant.Download
Breaking the mold of old New York, new New York has circular ears and tittles, with modern influences from fonts like Georgia. It is used in iBooks, where legibility in long paragraphs of text is required.
4 optical sizes (ExtraLarge, Large, Medium, Small) with 6 weights (400–900), all with true italic variants.Download