iOS is the mobile operating system used by Apple’s iPhones. First introduced with the original iPhone in 2007, the software has remained a feature of every iPhone released in the years since, and continues to provide the basis for other Apple operating systems including iPadOS, tvOS and watchOS.
Apple's App Store serves as the centerpiece of its iOS mobile operating system, with the company’s virtual marketplace now containing more than 2 million apps optimized for the platform.
New versions of iOS are released annually – typically ahead of new iPhone launches – with iOS 17 expected to replace iOS 16 in September 2023.
Sharing tickets and passes between Apple Wallets will soon be as easy as sharing contacts with NameDrop.
Some iPhone users have noticed an annoying iOS 17 bug, with the App Switcher launching while they’re trying to type.
In honor of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Apple released a short film about its Personal Voice and Live Voice capabilities.
iOS 17 NameDrop lets you quickly share contact info with very nearby iPhones – just be sure to use it smartly and safely
iOS 18 could put a big focus on AI. Here's what we've heard about it so far, and what we want from it.
We detail how to download information and directions in Apple Maps to be accessed when you're offline.
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