At WWDC 2021 in June, Apple also introduced the new SF Symbols 3 update. Well, rather, it presented what was the beta of the program that adds new symbols and fonts to Apple devices. Specially created for developers, you need a Mac with macOS Catalina to install it and interact with it.
In the last WWDC of June of this year, Apple presented the beta of SF Symbols 3. The new version of SF Symbols, which includes more than 600 new icons. Right now it is available to the general public and through its official launch. SF Symbols is a library of over 3,100 symbols that developers can use in their projects. In addition to 600 new icons, SF Symbols 3 features improved color customization, a new inspector, and improved support for custom symbols.
The program is an iconography library designed to seamlessly integrate with San Francisco, the system font for Apple platforms. Symbols come in three scales and are automatically aligned with text labels. They can be exported and edited in vector graphics editing tools to create custom symbols with shared design and accessibility features.
Apple has also launched updated versions of your San Francisco and New York sources, that are used in multiple interfaces in the operating systems of the company.
So much SF Symbols 3 as the original Apple sources can be downloaded from the Apple developer website. As we said at the beginning of this article, a Mac with macOS Catalina or later is required to install the new program just released by Apple.
If you want more information about SF Symbols 3 be sure to visit this website where Apple explains to us what all these new symbols and spellings consist of.