iOS 9 System Font Change Instruction for iPhone Users
Is it possible to change font on iPhone if you have updated to iOS 9 firmware? Those users who are running iOS 9, iOS 9.0.2 or iOS 9.0.1 are able to complete this task. It is possible to add changes to your system font on both iPad and iPhone if you are jailbroken.
It is possible to jailbreak iOS 9 – 9.0.2 using Pangu. Unfortunately the program doesn’t support iOS 9.1 jailbreak so you cannot use the same iOS 9 system font change instruction if you have installed 9.1 version already. You can’t also downgrade from 9.1 to 9.0.2 any more because Apple doesn’t sign this system.
How to Change System Font iOS 9 Guide for iPhone
Step 1. Launch Cydia on a jailbroken iOS 9 iDevice and find the free package called BytaFont 3.
Step 2. Download and install the package on your phone or tablet.
Step 3. Using this tool you can easily change all default fonts installed on your iDevice. This program supports all iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models that can run iOS 9 platform version.
Step 4. If you used to have BytaFont 2 tweak on your iDevice you are advise to uninstall it before you download BytaFont 3.
Step 5. Launch the tweak from your Home screen and select Tweak or Swap mode. This way you’ll add custom font styles from Cydia to the iPhone or iPad. You can find all the available fonts in Cydia – Sources – All Sources – Fonts (BytaFont 3).
Step 6. Respring to make the new changes happen.
Step 7. Users who choose Tweak Mode can enjoy semibold weight, heavy fonts and black weight. It is possible to customize iOS 9 Lock screen through this mode. The same mode allows skinning the font into the system design while keeping all iOS 9 system files in their places. Nothing is replaced which is cool.
Since this tweak is free of charge it is worth checking out.