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Two years prior, he had been in a horrible car accident. He’d lost control of his truck in at attempt to avoid a deer, hit a median, and flipped four times, nearly destroying his dominant arm in the wreckage.

While in the hospital for a lengthy recovery, a friend gave him an article about the app market. Shortly thereafter, Chad began designing and developing apps. His results?

“In just over two years, I’ve created and sold three app companies that have generated millions in revenue. Two months after launching my first company, one of my apps averaged $30,000 a month in profit. In December of 2010, the company’s monthly income had reached $120,000. In all, I’ve developed more than 40 apps and have had more than 35 million app downloads across the globe. Over 90 percent of my apps were successful and made money.”

Iphone tracking html5

Apple Pay lets you use your iPhone to pay securely and easily at over a million store locations across the United States and within apps — with a single touch.

Two years prior, he had been in a horrible car accident. He’d lost control of his truck in at attempt to avoid a deer, hit a median, and flipped four times, nearly destroying his dominant arm in the wreckage.

While in the hospital for a lengthy recovery, a friend gave him an article about the app market. Shortly thereafter, Chad began designing and developing apps. His results?

“In just over two years, I’ve created and sold three app companies that have generated millions in revenue. Two months after launching my first company, one of my apps averaged $30,000 a month in profit. In December of 2010, the company’s monthly income had reached $120,000. In all, I’ve developed more than 40 apps and have had more than 35 million app downloads across the globe. Over 90 percent of my apps were successful and made money.”

iOS did not have an official name until the official release of the iPhone software development kit ( iPhone SDK ) on March 6, 2008. Before then, Apple marketing simply stated that iPhone ran a version of  Mac OS X made specifically for iPhone. [3] When iOS was introduced, it was named iPhone OS . It was officially renamed iOS on June 7, 2010 with the announcement and introduction of iPad. The introduction of iPad, and the existence of iPod touch, meant the iPhone was no longer the only device to run the mobile operating system. iOS 4 was the first major iOS release that reflected the name change. [4] Apple licensed the "iOS" trademark from Cisco Systems . [5]

June 2007 saw the official first version release of what eventually became iOS – concurrently with the first iPhone. The final 1.x series release was 1.1.5, released shortly after iPhone OS 2.0.

iPhone OS 3.0 was officially released on June 17, 2009 for iPhone and iPod touch. iPhone OS 3 had updates until version 3.1.3 (released on February 2, 2010). [6] The first generation iPod touch and iPhone have iPhone OS 3.1.3 as their newest available version. iOS 3.2.x was made specifically for the iPad.