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2007–2014 (iOS 1-3)
In WWDC 2007, iPhone OS was first launched with the iPhone and the first generation iPod Touch.
2010–2017 (iOS 4-6)
In WWDC 2010, Apple renamed iPhone OS to iOS and released iOS 4. This logo was used from iOS 4 to iOS 5. The iPhone OS name, however, still remains use in the "OS Version" section of crash reports.
2010–2016 (iOS 4-5)
2012–2017 (iOS 6)
The letters became more separate from each other, and the shadowing and lighting was updated on the logo, and the logo became black. This was used in iOS 6, the last version to use Steve Jobs' design.
2013–present (Since iOS 7)
2013–present (iOS 7-10)
In WWDC 2013, Apple released iOS 7 with a new look and feel, and a thinner font. This logo is still used in iOS 10 for some parts.
Used in beta versions and the website of iOS 10 from June to September 2016. The logo is very similar to the iOS 4-6 logo but it is flat.
2017–present (IOS 11)
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