If you are dynamically accessing the italic font then instead of accessing the font by name [UIFont fontWithName:@"HelveticaNeue-Italic" size:15.0f] use [UIFont italicSystemFontOfSize:15.0f] this is working fine for me.
=> But what about the "Condensed Black" typeface listed in the system panel ? Here you'll just have to omit the "Condensed" part and set FontWeight->"Black". Interestingly if you add the option FontSlant->Italic, you'll get indeed an italicized condensed black font, which does not officially exist in the system fonts ...
The family includes eight fonts in four weights and one width, with complementary italics (45, 46, 55, 56, 65, 66, 75, 76). OpenType features include numerators/denominators, fractions, ligatures, scientific inferiors, subscript/superscript.
In the digital period, Canadian type designer Ray Larabie has released several digital fonts based upon Helvetica. The most widely known and distributed of these is Coolvetica, which Larabie introduced in 1999; Larabie stated he was inspired by Helvetica Flair, Chalet, and similar variants in creating some of Coolvetica's distinguishing glyphs (most strikingly a swash on capital 'G', lowercase 'y' based on the letterforms of 'g' and 'u,' and a fully curled lowercase 't'), and chose to set a tight default spacing optimised for use in display type. Larabie's company Typodermic offers Coolvetica in a wide variety of weights as a commercial release, with the semi-bold as freeware taster. As of 2017, the semi-bold remains Larabie's most popular font. Larabie has also taken inspiration from Helvetica in some of his other designs, including Movatif and GGX88. 2b1af7f3a8