Apple received public backlash over its choice of Helvetica Neue Light as the font to be used for the upcoming iOS 7, reports Digital Spy.
In response to the criticism of the problems arising from reading the text, Apple has switched over to the standard Helvetica Neue font. It will be used
The iOS 7, designed by Apple’s senior VP Jonathan ‘Jony’ Ive, will come with new highlights, such as a ‘Control Center’ that will allow users to manage their applications and settings (camera and calculator apps, for example) from a central hub, new icons and colors, and new Siri features. The iOS 7 will also come with a ‘flat’ design which will make better use of the entire screen, and multitasking should be easier to use.