What is iOS?


What is iOS?

 

You may have seen the term iOS but if you’re not sure, it could be hard to work out exactly what it is. iOS stands for i Operating System. It is the operating system that runs on all iPod touches, iPhones and iPads.

Think of it as the Mac OS X or the Microsoft Windows of the desktop computing world, but instead for Apple’s smartphones.

This term is commonly used therefore to describe all iPhones, iPod touches and iPads collectively.


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