What was the original name of iOS?

When the original iPhone launched, the OS was called “iPhone OS” and it kept that name for four years, only changing to iOS with the release of iOS 4 in June of 2010.

Why do they call it iOS?

iOS (previously named iPhone OS) is an operating system for mobile devices, made and sold by Apple Inc. … iOS was originally called the iPhone OS but was renamed in 2010 to reflect the operating system’s evolving support for additional Apple devices.

What are the iOS names?

iOS was previously known as iPhone OS, despite also being available on the iPod Touch (1st, 2nd, and 3rd generations) and the original iPad.

Why is iOS simple?

iOS is super simple to use

Inconsistency between phone makers creates a learning curve, as most Android phones look and feel different from one another. Apple fans love their operating system’s simplicity, and it is arguably one of the things iOS does better than Android.

Which is better Android or iOS?

Apple and Google both have fantastic app stores. But Android is far superior at organizing apps, letting you put important stuff on the home screens and hide less useful apps in the app drawer. Also, Android’s widgets are much more useful than Apple’s.

Who is the current CEO of Apple?

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