Initially, iBooks was not pre-loaded onto Macs and it was not a default app on Macs, but users could install it free of charge from the Mac App Store. With the release of OS X Mavericks, it became an integrated/default app on Macs. On December 5, 2013, iBooks was removed from the Mac App Store reducing its compatibility to OS X Mavericks.
Icon first used in macOS Monterey beta 2.
This logo was used for iOS 7. Also it was used in the first betas of iOS 8
Before iOS 11, the line in the middle was thinner.
Still used on iOS 14.
Icon first used in iOS 15 beta 2. The gap between the two pages appear wider.
iBooks Storytime (2017-2021)
|Animoji | App Store | Books | Calculator | Calendar | Camera | Clock | Compass | Contacts | FaceTime | Feedback Assistant | Files | Find My | Game Center | GarageBand | Health | Home | iCloud | iMovie | iTunes Store | iWork (Keynote | Pages | Numbers) | Mail | Maps | Measure | Messages | Music | News | Notes | Phone | Photos | Podcasts | Reminders | Safari | Settings | Shortcuts | Siri | Stocks | Tips | Translate | TV | Voice Memos | Wallet | Watch | Weather
|App Store | Books | Calculator | Calendar | Contacts | DVD Player | FaceTime | Feedback Assistant | Find My | Game Center | GarageBand | Home | iCloud | iMovie | iTunes| iWork (Keynote | Pages | Numbers) | Launchpad | Mail | Maps | Messages | Mission Control | Music | News | Notes | Photo Booth | Photos | Podcasts | Preview | Reminders | Screenshot | Siri | Stocks | System Preferences | TV | Voice Memos | Wallet | Safari | Shortcuts