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iOS version code-names

iOS does not have public code names the best way OS Y does, nevertheless it does have inner code names and they are all sun shades of superior cool.

O'm a sucker for code names. They're so Bond. While Apple does not use public code names for iOS the best way the corporate does for OS Y — no large cats like Snow Leopard or California landmarks like El Capitan — it does use inner code names essentially according to ski inns. They're now not intended for the general public however, as soon as a version of iOS is going public, they are now not arduous to seek out.

  • 1.0: Alpine (1.0.0 - 1.0.2: Heavenly)
  • 1.1: Little Bear (1.1.1: Snowbird, 1.1.2: Oktoberfest)
  • 2.0: Big Bear
  • 2.1: Sugarbowl
  • 2.2: Timberline
  • 3.0: Kirkwood
  • 3.1: Northstar
  • 3.2: Wildcat (iPad handiest)
  • 4.0: Apex
  • 4.1: Baker
  • 4.2: Jasper (4.2.5 - 4.2.10: Phoenix)
  • 4.3: Durango
  • 5.0: Telluride
  • 5.1: Hoodoo
  • 6.0: Sundance
  • 6.1: Brighton
  • 7.0: Innsbruck
  • 7.1: Sochi
  • 8.0: Okemo
  • 8.1: OkemoTaos
  • 8.2: OkemoZurs
  • 8.3: Stowe
  • 8.4: Copper
  • 9.0: Monarch
  • 9.1: Boulder
  • 9.2: Castlerock
  • 9.3: Eagle

While understanding those names does not upload to the function set of the tool, it does upload just a little intensity to the revel in. And as a result of they are technically mystery code names, they are ever such a lot cooler than muffins.

Via: @stroughtonsmith, @markgurman, iPhone Wiki

Originally revealed September 2013. Last up to date March 2016.

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