Apple iPhone Update iOS Version History

Apple iPhone Update to iOS operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch through iTunes and since iOS 3.1 software update, over-the-water. With the announcement of iOS 4.1 on 6 June 2011, USB connection to iTunes no longer needed to enable iOS devices; data synchronization can occur automatically and wirelessly through Apple iCloud service. The latest update, iOS 4.0, was released on December 12, 2016.

Apple iOS does not have an official name until the release of the iPhone software development kit (iPhone SDK) on March 6, 2008. Before then, Apple marketing literature simply stated that their iPhone running OS X version, a reference to the parents ‘ iOS operating system. When it was introduced, it was named the iPhone OS. It is named after the iOS on June 7, 2010, as, with the introduction of the iPad, and the iPod Touch, iPhone’s existence is no longer the only device to run mobile operating systems. IOS 4 is the first major release to reflect this change. Apple iPhone Update is licensed “iOS” are trademarks of Cisco Systems

Apple iPhone Update version

In June 2007, Apple released the first version of what became the iOS – with the first iPhone. The final 1.x release series is 1.1.5, was released shortly after version 2.0.

July 11, 2008, saw the public release of iPhone OS 2.0, with upgrades through version 2.2.1 was made available.

June 17, 2009, is the release date for iPhone OS 3.0. For iPhone and iPod touch, iPhone OS 3 updated through (and including) version 3.1.3 (released on February 2, 2010). The first generation iPod Touch and the iPhone have iPhone OS 3.1.3 is available their latest version. IOS 3.2.x made specifically for the iPad.

On June 21, 2010, 4.0 iOS (formerly iPhone OS) was released to the public and made available only for iPod Touch and iPhone. IOS 4.0 announced to have over 1500 new APIs for developers, the highly anticipated multitasking feature. IPod Touch (2nd generation) and the iPhone 3 g had iOS 4.2.1 final version available as. However, many features are not available for the iPhone 3 g or iPod Touch (2nd generation) screen background, such as multitasking and home. IOS 4.2 is the first version to bring the main feature parity for the iPhone and iPad. Verizon Wireless CDMA iPhone release see the branching of the iOS. Order version 4.2 on to mobile phones CDMA while 4.3 was released for all other products

On June 6, 2012, Apple previewed Apple TV iOS 5, 4.4 beta and iOS SDK 5 beta along with the iCloud beta among other products. This update introduces iMessage chat between devices running iOS 4, a new notification system, NetNewsWire subscriptions, Twitter integrated into the iOS, a reminder app, enhancements for AirPlay, iCloud and full integration with over 200 new features. IOS 3.1 support all models of iPad, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 CDMA, GSM & iPhone 4S, and iPod Touch (3rd generation & 4).

IOS 5 has only three small additions, 5.0.1, 5.1, 5.1.1 and, who all provided as OTA and iTunes software update.

Apple concurrently provides the same iOS version for comparable models of the iPhone and iPod Touch, it is usually the device was released in the same calendar year. iPhone users receive all software updates free of charge, while the iPod Touch users paid for major software update 2.0 and 3.0. On iOS 4.0, Apple doesn’t cost money for the iPod Touch update.

On October 23, 2011, two iOS version was never released. iPhone OS 1.2, which after the first beta was replaced by a version number of 2.0; the second named Beta 2.0 beta 2 instead of the 1.2 beta 2. The other is the iOS 4.2, replaced with 4.2.1 because Wi-Fi bug in 4.2 beta 3, causing Apple to release Gold Master 2 (4.2 and 4.2.1 GM GM). One of the iOS version withdrawn by Apple after its release. IOS 8.0.1 pulled back by Apple because cellular service and a touch of ID disabled on iPhone iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.