History of iOS

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  • Published on:  Friday, September 14, 2018
  • 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.
  • Source: https://youtu.be/T9hTyN6k7ac
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  • Suga’s Swag

    Suga’s Swag

     8 months ago +1462

    Who remembers when YouTube used to be part of apple 📺

  • Nin_mnb

    Nin_mnb

     11 months ago +2034

    damn this video does a great job of reading off wikipedia

  • Daniel A.

    Daniel A.

     1 months ago +42

    I remember the day iOS 7 was released. EVERYONE in school downloaded it...

  • Benjamin Ayala

    Benjamin Ayala

     9 months ago +251

    Who else still has ipods that were the ones that look like phones

  • El Has Music

    El Has Music

     11 months ago +513

    The frustration when you can't get the latest OS because your device is too old.

  • Elijah Ford

    Elijah Ford

     8 months ago +73

    they should release a vintage "iphone classic" that has looks the original iphone but has the internals of a newer iphone, and runs on a special ios system that has the design of the old ios, but runs like the newer version.

  • Taylor Brost

    Taylor Brost

     11 months ago +344

    As a graphic designer I was super excited about the design of IOS 7

  • Michael Johnston

    Michael Johnston

     11 months ago +265

    Forgot to mention that iOS 10 was the last iOS that could run 32 bit applications

  • AstronomicFilth

    AstronomicFilth

     11 months ago +941

    The first 6 were innovative and 7 to 12 are just tiny "improvements". Apple knows this and you can see it on the version icons

  • Stanley

    Stanley

     11 months ago +576

    It took them 3 years to get the "Cut, copy and paste" feature...

  • Zoomx

    Zoomx

     11 months ago +334

    Its funny how Apple releases these "new features" and meanwhile the developers in the jailbreaking community have been doing that for years.

  • Daniel P

    Daniel P

     11 months ago +160

    history of ios vs android next, I want to see how all this competition and fanboys started lol

  • Helloz World

    Helloz World

     10 months ago +175

    If iOS 1 to 6 and 7 to 12 are pretty same looking, does this mean that Apple will completely redo their design on iOS 13? 🤷🏻‍♂️📞

  • Jami Christine

    Jami Christine

     11 months ago +80

    Man, I remember having ios 6 and the iphone 4 when I was 13. My first smartphone transition from my razr. I actually had to get a phone because after school I was coming home to be alone for 4 hours before my mom got home. I remember bragging about how I was gonna get the newest iphone as a free upgrade from my razr when our contract was up. Man, those were the days. IOS 6 was a gem.

  • Shawn Murphy

    Shawn Murphy

     11 months ago +787

    I still use iPhone OS 3 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
    EDIT: I wasn’t expecting all these likes and comments. Thanks guys and girls.

  • Sparky

    Sparky

     9 months ago +141

    My aunt almost made my family got lost cause of apple maps
    Never trust apple maps trust google maps

  • Dji awesomesource

    Dji awesomesource

     6 months ago +11

    Steve Jobs get back on this world you genius.

  • Danwel

    Danwel

     10 months ago +17

    Remember Youtube already was installed on the iPhone?
    no... only me?
    ok.

  • DatMemeGuy

    DatMemeGuy

     9 months ago +6

    “The number of home screen pages was increased from 9 to 11”
    Was that intentional

  • ATPclan

    ATPclan

     2 days ago

    It took them 9 years to get the ability to delete apps