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  • History of iOS

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    Apple revealed iPhone OS 1 with the original iPhone in 2007. Every iteration added new improvements and features that made iOS 11 the operating system it is today. Discover the biggest changes that were made with every iOS release since it's inception.
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  • History of iOS

    iOS is a mobile operating system that Apple created for use on their iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Now iOS is one of the world's most popular mobile operating systems despite only running on Apple’s own hardware. Compare this to the Android mobile operating system, which is licensed by Google to various hardware manufacturers and wireless carriers. Now the debate over which approach is better is a topic we’re not getting into today, because in this video, we’re going to focus on the history of iOS and its development from 2007 to 2018.
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  • Apple's iOS 7 Controversy

    If you’ve spent a decent amount of time in the online tech community, you’ve probably heard people say things like, “iOS 6 was the best version,” or, “everything has gone downhill since iOS 6.” And that’s actually a fairly common sentiment among people who believe that iOS 7 was a misstep by Apple that they’ve never recovered from. And while I personally don’t share that opinion, it’s worth exploring why iOS 7 received so much criticism and how it became the most controversial iOS release in history.

    But before we talk about iOS 7 and all of its radical changes, we have to establish some context. Because if you’ve only become an iPhone user in the past few years, you probably don’t understand the big deal with iOS 7 since it’s so similar to what the iPhone’s operating system looks like today. So let’s talk a little bit about iOS 6. Which was released in 2012 and featured what’s called a skeuomorphic user interface. Meaning elements of the operating system were designed to resemble real-life objects. For example, in the Notes app, you would type on a virtual notepad. Complete with yellow lined paper bound by brown leather. And in the Newsstand app, which was replaced by the News app in iOS 9, you’d find a virtual bookshelf finished in a light brown wood texture. Now skeuomorphic design elements like these had been around since the very first iPhone in 2007, so it became a quintessential part of what defined the iPhone.
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