One of the coolest features of iOS 13 is downloading, installing and selecting fonts in selected apps like Pages and Mail. However, you may encounter a problem writing an e-mail with a custom font: There is no way to return to the default font. What is there?
What is the first standard font for the iPhone? As of iOS 9, Apple uses its own San Francisco by default and replaces Helvetica. Strangely, San Francisco is not displayed as an option in apps that support custom fonts. This makes little sense, especially since "standard font" is not available.
This is the bad news: Currently, there is no way to select San Francisco unless you have changed the font to a design email. It seems a bit strange for Apple to let us in this situation, but here we are. Fortunately, there are a number of workarounds to make sure you can keep the default font as an option in your designs. To return to a design, Francisco simply has to leave the draft and reopen it. To do so, tap on "Cancel" and then on "Save draft". Now return to the design in Drafts.
Regardless of which typeface you use or which you enter, a new space appears above your text. Tap here and you will find that you can re-enter "default font".
This method may not be very convenient because you must delete it as part of the text of your design. It works, so let's take a look. All you have to do is delete the first line of text in your e-mail without any other text replacing it. Essentially, you want a space at the top of your design.
If this space is available, repeatedly tap the upper-left corner of the text box just below the subject line. If you have done this correctly, your font should change back to "standard font".