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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: SBS BBA 2011 SECTION A Makers :- ABHISHEK CHAUHAN JATIN SHARMA JASPREET SINGH GAGAN MAHAJANSlide 2: Greg Joswiak Vice President IOS Product Market Behind IOS SBS BBA 2011Slide 3: Lets Take A Tour SBS BBA 2011 @Slide 4: Scott Forstall has just taken the WWDC 2011 stage and details about the changes and improvements in iOS 5 are flowing thick and fast. Keep one tab in your browser locked to this post as we update it with all the new features, and throw another one open for our liveblog where you'll get to see and read the very latest as it happens . SBS BBA 2011 Deep InsideSlide 5: Scott notes that Apple has so far sold 200 million iOS devices, with more than 25 million of those being iPads . There have been 14 billion downloads from the App Store, tallying over $2.5 billion paid out in revenue to app developers. The iTunes Store isn't doing badly, either, with 15 billion songs sold. SBS BBA 2011Slide 6: SBS BBA 2011 Ios History Apple's iOS did not have an official name until the release of the iPhone software development kit ( iPhone SDK) on March 6, 2008. The first version of what became iOS was released on June 29, 2007, concurrently with the first iPhone . The final 1.x series release was 1.1.5, released shortly after version 2.0.Slide 7: Discontinued Current Beta Version Supported devices 3.1.3 iPhone and iPod touch (1st generation) 4.2.1 iPhone 3G and iPod touch (2nd generation) 4.2.10 CDMA iPhone 4 4.3 Apple TV (2nd generation) 4.3.5 iPhone 3GS , GSM iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPad and iPad 2 5.0 Apple TV (2nd generation), iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 ( GSM and CDMA ), iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPad and iPad 2 [ edit ] Current versions SBS BBA 2011Slide 8: As of November 22, 2010, iOS 4.2 is the first and only update that was released in a beta form to developers that was never released to the general public. However, iOS 4.2 was replaced by 4.2.1 sporting the same features as iOS 4.2, while correcting bugs found in 4.2. It was marketed as iOS 4.2. Unreleased Versions SBS BBA 2011Slide 9: IPhone 5 Release Date SBS BBA 2011 IPhone 5 release date might be most buzzing topic among tech geeks. There had been this buzz for months about the iPhone 5 release date scheduled to be on September 5. However, there seems to have been a change in the date once again with fresh rumors indicating the launch to be in 21st October now. According to rumors , APPLE has planned to sell as many as 25 million iPhones by the end of 2011. A recent report claims that 35 percent of people are planning to buy the iPhone 5 which means that the sales estimates of this next generation iPhone are going to be quite high.Slide 10: iOS vs Android SBS BBA 2011Slide 11: SBS BBA 2011 As Google and Apple continue to grow in the mobile market, Android and iOS are quickly becoming the predominant operating systems for phones and tablets. There are many statistics to look at and comparisons to be made. Here, we present a visualization tackling the debate. Thanks to our friends at Hunch, we now know that Android users are 10% more likely to be men. We know that iOS users are 50% more likely to have been on the internet before 1992. We know who is more likely to prefer General Tso’s Chicken over Pad Thai. It may not be the most important demographic data, but it’s definitely interesting.Slide 12: Apple Charting New Future for iOS Maps — Without Google? A new job posting went up at Apple, suggesting the company is continuing to move towards its own mobile map plans, separate from Google. According to the posting, an iOS Maps Application Developer in Cupertino would help “radically improve how people interact with maps and location-based services.” User interface design is a must, as well as a “passion” for location-based technologies. Certainly, there’s room for improvement in the current Maps app, which has seen relatively few outward updates since introduced with the original iPhone back in 2007. Despite being powered by Google Maps, iOS Maps does not compare well with the latest on Android. Missing features including turn-by-turn directions, 3-D maps, topography, offline maps, and information about places. While Apple is clearly behind Google in map app development, it wouldn’t be totally accurate to say the company has been ignoring map services. SBS BBA 2011Slide 13: Apple Cafe SBS BBA 2011 SECTION A You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.