IDevice


iDevice is an unofficial term that can refer to any mobile electronic devices marketed by Apple Inc. whose name start with "i", such as the iPod (including the iPod Touch), iPhone, and iPad.[1] More generally, the term can apply to any devices (sometimes then referred to as iOS devices) that use the iOS operating system (including later versions of the non-portable Apple TV device).[2][3]

History

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Sources: Apple press release library,[4] Mactracker Apple Inc. model database[5]

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