Apple has released an update for its Human Interface Guidelines resources for developers. The changes bring a new logo and buttons for Sign In with Apple, icon for Apple Health, Apple Pay templates, and more.

Apple shared the changes to the design resources today in a post on its Developer site:

  • Sign In with Apple resources added, including:
    • New logo (PDF, PNG, and SVG)
    • Centered buttons (Sketch, Photoshop, and XD)
    • Left-aligned and logo-only buttons (Sketch, Photoshop, and XD)
  • Apple Health icon download added
  • Apple Pay templates for iPhone and iPad added (Sketch and Photoshop)
  • iMessage App and Sticker Pack templates for iPhone and iPad added (Sketch)
  • Business Chat design templates added (Sketch)
  • iPad portrait keyboard added (Sketch and Photoshop)
  • Fixed issue where iPhone XS bezel was 1 pixel larger than display (Sketch)
  • Changed contextual menu radius from 20 points to 12 points
  • Various bug fixes

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