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How to install a font from Apple Watch to iPhone and iPad, without waiting for iOS 9

It is no secret that especially for smart watches Apple Watch, Apple has created a font with which notifications are shown on the screen novelties. Today it became known about the intention of the manufacturer to transfer it to iOS 9 and OS X 10.11.

The typeface is called San Francisco Display and has nine design options with different saturation. Currently it is only used on a smart watch and a keyboard 12-inch MacBook, but with the release of new software platforms will also appear on iPhone, iPad and Mac.

MacDigger offers’t wait for the new releases and establish San Francisco as a system font on smartphones and tablets right now. Instruction can benefit everyone, although the procedure involves performing a series of unusual steps, as well as the presence on the device jailbreak.

Installation San Francisco is performed by using the app BytaFont 2. It allows you with just a few clicks to change the system font to one of several hundreds of options (specifically, about 1000) available in the Cydia directory. The application interface is simple and intuitive, though not translated into Russian language.

How to install a font from Apple Watch to iPhone and iPad:

Step 1: Open Cydia, go to Search tab. Find free application BytaFont 2. Install the application.

Step 2: Go to the “Sources” tab, click “edit” > “Add” and enter the address of the repository Click “Add”.

Step 3: In the Sources section, go to the repository Dbk1ng, then in section iOS8 Fonts and find the San Francisco iOS8. Confirm the installation of the font.

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Step 3: Wait until the end and go back to the home screen of your iPhone or iPad.

Step 4: Open the desktop app BytaFont 2.

Step 5: Go to the Swap tab Mode > Basic and select San Francisco iOS8.

Step 6: In the window BytaFont confirm respring device to install a new font.

It should be noted that during the installation utility automatically creates a backup of the system font. Therefore if you will need to return to the original Helvetica iOS 8, just go to the Basic tab and click “BytaFont Backup”.

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