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  • 1. A Brief History OfiOSBY NAHUM365 FOR
  • 2. iPhone OS 1.0Notes:• Released with the Original iPhone• Did not include iTunes or App Store• Established the well-known iOS UI• Update- 1.1.1-1.1.3 • Released with iPod touch • Allowed for web clips and multitouch on the keyboard • Included iTunes Music Store (not in screenshot)
  • 3. 6 newiPhone OS 2.0Feature Count- 6Notes:• Released with the iPhone 3G• Included the wildly popular App Store and added support for MobileMe and Micrsosoft Exchange• Updates- 2.1.0-2.2.0 • iPhone OS 2.1 • Fixed battery life and speed issues • Added Genius playlists • iPhone OS 2.2 • Added Google Street View and Podcast downloads
  • 4. 14 newiPhone OS 3.0Feature Count- 14Notes-• Released with the iPhone 3GS• Added cut, copy, and paste functionality, spotlight search, and push notifications for 3rd party apps• Also included Voice Control, video recording, MMS, USB and Bluetooth tethering, landscape keyboard, and Find My iPhone• Other notable changes- addition of in-app purchases, parental controls, a Compass app, autofill in Safari, and Parental Controls• Updates- 3.1 • Ringtone downloads • Voice Control over Bluetooth
  • 5. 1 newiPhone OS 3.2- iPad.Feature Count- 1Notes-• Released only for the iPad• Changed UI to account for the iPad’s larger screen• Was the beginning of skeuphormism- a design that imitates an older object • For example, the iBooks app looks like a bookshelf.• Added support for Bluetooth keyboards
  • 6. 14 newiOS 4.0Feature Count- 14 (notable features)Notes-• Released with the iPhone 4• One of iOS’s largest updates• Added multitasking, sort of. Apps were able to save their state when they were closed and reopen to that exact state• Also added home screen folders, FaceTime video chat, a unified email inbox, spell check, and threaded email messages• Updates- • iOS 4.1 • Added Ping, Game Center, HDR photos, • iOS 4.2 • Added AirPrint and AirPlay • iOS 4.3 • Added Personal Hotspot and iTunes Home Sharing
  • 7. 15 newiOS 5.0Feature Count- 14 (notable features)Notes-• Released with the iPhone 4S• Another big upgrade• Added Siri on the 4S, Notification Center, iTunes Wi-Fi Sync, PC-Free, iCloud, iCloud Backup, Reminders, Newsstand, Reader in Mobile Safari and iMessage• Added some extra multitasking gestures for the iPad• Updates- • iOS 5.1 • Added Camera on lockscreen, Japanese Siri, camera face detection, and the ability to delete Photo Stream photos
  • 8. 16 newiOS 6Feature Count- 16Notes-• Released alongside the iPhone 5• Newest iOS version to date (January 16th 2013)• Added Apple’s own Maps app.• Added the Reminders app, the Passbook app, and many other improvements.