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Thursday, September 22, 2016

History and Versions of iOS

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You must have often heard of the iPhone name is mentioned, but not so for iOS. In fact, the two are completely inseparable. So what is the actual iOS? Do not be confused, we will discuss it from the beginning.

What's iOS?
To answer these questions, we can be likened iOS as Windows. Only if Windows is for PCs and laptops, iOS is designed for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Basically iOS is a mobile operating system like Android, so we can also think of it as the life of the device. Functionally both are very similar, but the way it works is very different. One example, there is a term in the Android application launcher, whereas in iOS is not; all the application's icon will be displayed on the main screen (homescreen).

The second difference is quite striking is that Android was developed by the open-source concept, whereas closed iOS developed by Apple itself, without any outside interference.

However, since iOS 9, Apple has been little change and become more 'open' for application developers. The latest version of the iOS features introduced in the Notification Center widget. As we know, the widget is one of the security features of Android for several years.

The presence of the widget is also unlock the potential of iOS becomes more widely with the help of third party applications. Using the application Launch Center Pro for example, iOS users can basically get the features in the Notification Center app launcher, or even a quick access to activate certain functions in a variety of applications.

The third difference, iOS does not recognize the "Back", usually symbolized by an arrow to the left in Android, either in the form of physical or virtual buttons. IOS devices only have one button "Home" alone, whose function is to exit the application.

There are many advantages and disadvantages of these differences. Therefore, it is very difficult to argue which one is better because of the way it works have been very, very different.

History and versions of iOS
At first iOS has a different name, the iPhone OS. The first version was announced along with the original iPhone on January 9, 2007. The late Steve Jobs at the time explained that the iPhone OS takes Mac OS X belongs to the device as a baseline.

The inaugural version of iPhone OS does not come with the App Store. All applications are available only to Apple itself. It was only in the iPhone OS 2, in conjunction with the launch of the iPhone 3G on July 11, 2008, Apple brings support third-party applications and its App Store.

On June 17, 2009, Apple released the iPhone OS 3 along with the iPhone 3GS. The new features of the most memorable of this version is support for copy-paste. iPhone OS 3 was also responsible for the availability features in-app purchase (the transaction in the application) for the first time.

Stepping on the fourth version, precisely on June 21, 2010 in conjunction with the announcement of the iPhone 4, iPhone OS eventually renamed iOS 4 ,. This is based on Apple's explanation that the operating system is not only available for the iPhone, but also iPod Touch - plus the original iPad that followed in the same year. In this version, the new features of the most memorable was the support multitasking.

Starting iOS 5, with each new version of iOS was announced earlier than the new iPhone at the event WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference). iOS 5 was first announced on June 6, 2011. The fifth version presents a series of new features, including iCloud, iMessage and Siri. For the first time also, a device with iOS 5 could be activated without having to connect to a computer or laptop.

iOS 6 was announced on June 11, 2012, before being released in conjunction with the iPhone 5. This version introduces the Apple Maps for the first time, and in fact the user response to Apple Maps is very, very negative. This led to the firing of Scott Forstall, head of iOS development team since its first version.

Starting iOS 7, the development team led by Craig Federighi were previously responsible for the development of OS X for Mac. This version was announced on 10 June 20113, and released along with the iPhone 5S.

The most noticeable changes from iOS 7 is a zoom that is becoming more flat overall. All application icon change, and view the many predominantly white face. In terms of features, Apple added AirDrop, Control Center and of course the support of Touch ID owned the iPhone 5S.

iOS 8 announced on June 2, 2014, and released in conjunction with the iPhone 6. This version brings many changes behind the scenes, fixing a series of bugs in iOS 7 as well as new features such as Family Sharing, iCloud Drive, Continuity and application of Health.

iOS 9, it was announced on June 8, 2015. This version presents a new application called News, while the Passbook app renamed to Wallet. At the same time, iOS 9 also introduces Siri more proactive and of course the support of 3D features Touch brought the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.

The last version released is iOS 10, it was announced on September 13, 2016. iOS 10 improves upon the user experience and adds system-wide expansion Including 3D Touch, an updated lock screen, and "widgets" support. There are Also added features to apps: Messages adds expressive ways to communications, Maps has been redesigned and extended with third-party functions, Home manages HomeKit-enabled accessories within one place, Photos helps users access Algorithmic Memories, and Siri is now compatible with third-party app-specific requests, such as starting workouts, sending IMs, requesting Lyft or Uber and making payments.

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