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iPhone (/ˈaɪfoʊn/ EYE-fohn) is a line of smartphones designed and marketed
by Apple Inc. They run Apple's iOS mobile operating system. The first generation

IPhone (1st generation)

The iPhone (retroactively labeled the original iPhone and often referred to as iPhone 1, iPhone 1G, or iPhone 2G) is a smartphone that was designed and

android-vs-iphone-differences-in-ui-patterns-and-designAndroid vs iPhone – Differences in UI Patterns and Design
from jeremy, ago in
While using Android over the past couple of weeks i’ve noticed some things when comparing my top apps to iOS. Both iOS and Android, in different cases, choose different UI elements to do different things. I wanted to catalog some of them here. Overall I’d say that mainstream Android apps have improved over time, and in many cases (Spotify, Evernote, NPR, and Amazon) I liked the Android versions better. Also with design trends moving to blocky designs and flat colors (like Windows 8) – Android looks more modern in a side-by-side comparison to its iOS counterpart. If anything this shows that there are very few standard patterns that are used 100% of the time on each OS, but there is risk of confusion from someone expecting one thing – like they have an iPad tablet, but an Android phone – and getting different results when switching between devices.

Fully assembled 'iPhone 6s' display purportedly shown off in new photos
Apple Insider, on Sat, 01 Aug 2015 17:08:57 -0700
Adding to the trickle of supposed parts leaks, today's trio of photos posted to the Weibo account of Chinese repair firm GeekBar show front and back views of a display unit reportedly bound for Apple's "iPhone 6s" handset. Previously, a series of

Claimed 'iPhone 6s' Display Assembly Revealed in New …
Chinese phone repair company GeekBar has shared a series of three photos today (via Nowhereelse.fr) showing what is claimed to be a display assembly for the upcoming "iPhone 6s". iphone_6s_display_1. While the …

iPhone 4S For Seniors For Dummies
Nancy C. Muir, published 2011, 320 pages

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