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was once upon a time called iPhone OS, or "operating system", which is the software that provides all the basic device functionality and is the interface between the hardware and applications. iOS was introduced with the iPhone on January 9 2007, and it was originally not intended to be programmable by third parties. Steve Jobs had envisioned that developers could create Web Apps that would run in the browser. This changed less than one year after when the iPhone SDK (software development kit) was introduced in October 2007. Today, hundreds of thousands of apps have been created for this platform. iPhone OS became iOS on June 2010. Interestingly, both iPhone and iOS were former trademarks of Cisco, that Apple now uses under a license.

iPhone 5 Case Mate appears in AT&T inventory system

09/29/2011, The iPhone 5 is on the way alright. We’ve got an official announcement date (October 4th), and tons of rumors and speculations from the past, and you can expect even more details to surface in the coming days. Well earlier today, someone managed to...

Camera Boost 2 for iPad 2 released

09/29/2011, Remember the photo-enhancing app, Camera Boost that was released way back in April? Well, its developer has rewritten the app and pushed out a major update for it today. Bringing the app up to version 2.0, it introduces a whole bunch of new features that...

GhostGuitar app lets you play air guitar… for real

09/29/2011, Most of the time when we play air guitar, it’s because we’re listening to a song with a catchy riff or solo, and we can’t help but just pretend to play along to it. Even though no sounds come out from our hands it’s still quite a...

Shadowgun for iOS devices released today

09/28/2011, Looking forward to playing Shadowgun on your iPhone or iPad? Well, good news – because one of the most highly anticipated games of 2011 is finally here. The 3rd person Gears of War-inspired shooter is now available for your iOS devices. Featuring jaw...

I Heart Jellyfish iOS game teaches you how to control your heartbeat

09/27/2011, Fitness enthusiasts will probably tell you that keeping an eye out on your heart rate is one of the ways to see how hard, and how well you are pushing yourself during a workout. Keeping a low heart rate before surgery is also important, and this iOS game,...

Google+ app for iOS updated 9/23/2011

09/23/2011, To kickstart your weekend, Google has announced a new update for its Google+ iOS app. Bringing up the app to version 1.0.4.2326, the update brings a whole bunch of new features in addition to various bug fixes and performance improvements. Users can now...

Rob Shoesmith’s iPhone 5 experiment is going pretty well

09/23/2011, Remember the story about Rob Shoesmith, the man who wanted to camp outside Apple’s stores for a whole month to get the iPhone 5? Well, it turns out he didn’t spend a month in line (thankfully). He’s now waiting for Apple to announce the...

iPhone 5 up for auction on eBay

09/23/2011, The iPhone 5 hasn’t even been officially announced and there’s still no confirmation if we’ll even see one released this year – but it looks like some people are people are already trying to take advantage of the whole ambiguous...

Fleetly app for iOS devices helps you to stay in shape

09/22/2011, Having trouble staying fit and need someone to keep an eye out on you? Well, Fleetly is the app for you. Designed for iOS devices, Fleetly is a fitness app that analyzes your goals, body and workout history, along with the combined results of all its...

iPhone Controlled Wall Climbing Car iW500… climbs on walls

09/21/2011, Tired of regular remote controlled vehicles that only race around on the ground? How does a wall climbing RC car sound to you? The folks over at iHelicopters.net have announced the launch of its iPhone Controlled Wall Climbing Car iW500. Using the...