Apple iOS Definitions

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    Apple 3D Touch

    Apple 3D Touch is a pressure-sensitive feature first included in iPhone 6s and 6s Plus that triggers different actions based on how much force the user puts on the screen.

  • Apple AirDrop

    Apple AirDrop is a feature on iOS and OS X devices that allows users to transfer data over the same Wi-Fi network from one Apple device to another.

  • Apple AirPlay

    Apple AirPlay is a content streaming and interactive display control feature that is integrated in Mac OS, iOS and Apple TV as well as a number of Apple devices, including AirPlay-enabled speakers.

  • Apple AirPrint

    Apple AirPrint is an iOS feature that lets users print documents and other files from their iPhones and iPads.

  • Apple Bonjour

    Apple Bonjour is a group of networking technologies designed to help devices and applications discover each other on the same network.

  • Apple Configurator

    Apple Configurator is a free Mac OS X tool for configuring and deploying iOS devices in the enterprise by using a physical USB connection.

  • Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP)

    The Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP) is an online service that automates the enrollment and configuration of Apple iOS devices in an organization’s mobile device management software.

  • Apple iOS

    Apple iOS is a proprietary mobile operating system that runs on mobile devices such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

  • Apple iOS in the Car

    iOS in the Car is Apple technology that integrates the iPhone with an automobile's built-in dashboard display, audio system and controls.

  • Apple iPad Pro

    Apple iPad Pro is the company's large, powerful, high-resolution tablet, aimed at users who require graphics-heavy applications and a PC-like screen and interface.

  • Apple iPhone 5c

    iPhone 5c is a lower-cost smartphone from Apple that runs iOS 7 and comes in five different colors.

  • Apple iTunes

    Apple iTunes is software that allows computer users to purchase, download and manage music, videos, applications and other media.

  • Apple iWork

    Apple iWork is a productivity software suite for computers and mobile devices running Mac OS X and iOS operating systems (OSes).

  • Apple Joint Venture

    Apple Joint Venture is an IT support and training service geared toward small and midsized businesses.

  • Apple Live Photos

    Apple Live Photos, first available on the iPhone 6s, turn pictures into short videos by capturing movement and sound in the seconds before and after a user takes a photo.

  • Apple Managed Open In

    Apple Managed Open In is a security feature released in the Apple iOS 7 mobile operating system that allows IT to configure which applications employees can use to access data.

  • Apple OS X Mavericks

    Apple OS X Mavericks is version 10.9 of the second-generation Macintosh computer operating system.

  • Apple Pencil

    Apple Pencil is a stylus for Apple's iPad Pro tablet. Sold separately from the iPad, the Pencil is able to pinpoint a single pixel on the touchscreen, allowing users to select icons more easily and draw within apps with much finer detail than they could with their finger.

  • Apple Smart Keyboard

    Apple's Smart Keyboard is a detachable, full-size, text input device designed for the iPad Pro. Its conductive material means the keyboard never has to be charged, and it can be unfolded to function also as a protective cover.

  • Apple Touch ID

    Apple Touch ID is biometric technology that provides iOS user identification through a finger scanner.

  • Apple TV (Apple TV 4)

    Apple TV is a set-top box that allows end users to stream multimedia content from the Internet over a television.

  • Apple User Enrollment

    Apple User Enrollment (UE) is a form of mobile device management (MDM) for Apple products that supports iOS 13 and macOS Catalina.

  • Apple Volume Purchase Program (Apple VPP)

    The Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) is a service that allows organizations to buy iOS apps for their end users.

  • Apple Watch

    Apple Watch is Apple's entry into the smartwatch market. It pairs with an iPhone to let users send texts, make calls, manage schedules, navigate and much more.

  • Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (Apple WWDC)

    The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference is Apple Inc.'s annual multi-day training event for iOS and Mac OS X software developers.

  • C

    configuration profile (CP)

    A configuration profile (CP) is an XML file that an IT administrator can use to customize settings on an end user's Apple iOS or Mac OS X device.

  • F

    FaceTime

    FaceTime is an Apple video telephony application that allows users to make a video call over the internet with a forward-facing camera on iOS and macOS devices.

  • I

    iCloud

    Apple's free iCloud service stores subscribers' photos, videos, documents, apps and more and updates everything across users' synced devices.

  • iOS 8

    IOS 8 is the eighth version of Apple’s mobile operating system.

  • iPad

    The iPad is a touchscreen tablet PC made by Apple.

  • iPad 2

    The iPad 2 is a 9.7 inch touch screen tablet PC made by Apple.

  • iPad Air

    Apple’s iPad Air is an iOS tablet that is lighter and thinner than the company’s previous tablets.

  • iPhone

    IPhone is a smartphone made by Apple that combines a computer, iPod, digital camera and cellular phone into one device with a touchscreen interface. The iPhone runs the iOS operating system.

  • iPhone 3G

    iPhone 3G is the second generation of iPhone, a smartphone made by Apple that combines an iPod, a tablet PC, a digital camera and a cellular phone. (Continued...)

  • iPhone 5

    The iPhone 5 is the sixth version of Apple's touch-based smartphone.

  • iPhone 5s

    iPhone 5s is a smartphone from Apple that runs the iOS 7 operating system  (OS) and is powered by a 64-bit dual-core A7 processor, which Apple claims to be 2X faster than the A6 chip from the iPhone 5.

  • iPhone Configuration Utility

    The iPhone Configuration Utility is free software for Windows and Mac OS X that lets an administrator control how an iOS device works within an enterprise IT network.

  • iPod

    The iPod is a combination portable digital media player and hard drive from Apple Computer...(Continued)

  • M

    mobile card reader

    A mobile card reader, such as Square or PayPal Here, allows the user to accept payments through their mobile devices.

  • N

    Novell Filr

    lNovell Filr is a VMware virtual appliance that uses an organization's existing infrastructure and security controls to provide end users with an online file-sharing service.

  • P

    personal digital assistant (PDA)

    Personal digital assistants were the precursors to smartphones. Most PDAs had a small physical keyboard, and many types of applications were written for these devices.

  • S

    Siri

    Siri is Apple's personal assistant for iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS devices that uses voice recognition and is powered by artificial intelligence (AI).

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