Like the new typeface the iOS 7 uses?
Here’s some history behind it:
“Helvetica is a widely used sans-serif typeface developed in 1957 by Swisstypeface designerMax Miedinger with Eduard Hoffmann.”
Neue Helvetica is a reworking of the typeface with a more structurally unified set of heights and widths. It was developed at D. Stempel AG, a Linotype subsidiary. The studio manager was Wolfgang Schimpf, and his assistant was Reinhard Haus; the manager of the project was René Kerfante. Erik Spiekermann was the design consultant and designed the literature for the launch in 1983. Other changes include improved legibility, heavier punctuation marks, and increased spacing in the numbers.”
Helvetica Neue Ultra Light
Previously, Helvetica Neue Light was used in older versions of iOS.
Purchase the font here: