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  2. iPhone 3G - Wikipedia

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    This introduced the App Store, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support, Apple's MobileMe service, and push email support, along with other new features and bug fixes. In June 2009, iPhone 3G users received the iPhone OS 3.0 software update, which introduced the long-awaited MMS feature, copy and paste, landscape support for more applications ...

  3. History of the iPhone - Wikipedia

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    This release contained support for iPhone service activation and syncing. The first generation iPhone was manufactured in the Shenzhen factory of the Taiwanese company Hon Hai (also known as Foxconn). The first-generation iPhone is commonly retroactively referred to as the "iPhone 2G" due to only supporting 2G mobile data.

  4. iPhone XS - Wikipedia

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    Design. The iPhone XS has a design visually near-identical to the iPhone X but includes upgraded hardware, featuring the A12 Bionic chip built with a 7 nm process. It also features a 5.85 inch (149 mm) OLED display (marketed as 5.8 inch) with a 2436x1125 resolution at 458 ppi and contains dual 12-megapixel rear cameras and one 7-megapixel front-facing camera.

  5. List of iOS and iPadOS devices - Wikipedia

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    Model iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPhone 4 iPhone 3GS iPhone 3G iPhone; Picture Initial release operating system: iOS 7.0: iOS 6.0: iOS 5.0: iOS 4.0 iOS 4.2.5 (): iPhone OS 3.0: iPhone OS 2.0

  6. iPhone 5 - Wikipedia

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    The T-Mobile version of the iPhone features a modified version of the A1428 iPhone 5 model enabling Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) support. All carriers in Canada selling the iPhone 5 have their own LTE networks, including Rogers Wireless , Fido Solutions , Bell Mobility , Virgin Mobile Canada , Telus Mobility and Koodo Mobile .

  7. iPhone 13 - Wikipedia

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    The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini (stylized as iPhone 13 mini) are smartphones designed, developed, marketed, and sold by Apple Inc. They are the fifteenth generation of iPhones (succeeding the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini ).

  8. iPhone 11 - Wikipedia

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    The iPhone 11 supports 4K video at up to 60 fps and 1080p slow motion at up to 240 fps. The phone also features an audio zoom feature, which focuses audio on the area on which is being zoomed in, similar to the Pro model. Both of the cameras support video, although only the primary lens has OIS.

  9. iOS - Wikipedia

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    It also contains an iPhone simulator to mimic the look and feel of the device on the computer while developing. New versions of the SDK accompany new versions of iOS. In order to test applications, get technical support, and distribute apps through App Store, developers are required to subscribe to the Apple Developer Program.