iOS stands for the iPhone Operating System and is the software upon which all of Apple’s mobile devices and tablets are built. This includes the iPhone, all versions of the iPad, and even the iPod Touch. iOS allows all of the apps to run on these devices. iOS was released in 2007 with the original iPhone and has undergone minor changes up until recently with the announcement and release of iOS 7.
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Morson, S. (2014). iOS: What You Need to Know. In: Learn Design for iOS Development. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4302-6365-4_2
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