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The introduction of i Pad, and the existence of i Pod Touch, meant the i Phone was no longer the only device to run the mobile operating system.
i OS 4 was the first major i OS release that reflected the name change.
With this release, Apple dropped support for the i Pod Touch (3rd generation) and the i Pad (1st generation) due to performance issues, and offered only limited support on the i Phone 3GS, i Pad 2, and i Pod Touch (4th generation).
The i Phone 4 onwards, the i Pod Touch (5th generation), the i Pad (3rd generation) onwards and the i Pad Mini (1st generation) were fully supported.
The release of i OS 5.1 brought support for the i Pad (3rd generation).
i OS 5.1.1 was the final release supported for the original i Pad and i Pod Touch (3rd generation). Apple announced i OS 6 on June 11, 2012 at its annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event, and it was released to the public on September 19, 2012 alongside the i Phone 5, i Pod Touch (5th generation), and i Pad (4th generation).
For example, both devices lack multitasking capabilities and the ability to set a home screen wallpaper.
However, i OS 4 was the first major release that i Pod Touch users did not have to pay any money for.
With this release, Apple dropped support for the i Phone 3GS due to hardware limitations and the i Pod Touch (4th generation) due to performance issues.The release of i Phone OS 1.1 brought support for the i Pod Touch (1st generation).i Phone OS 1.1.5 was the final version of i Phone OS 1. What Apple did not announce was the prototype code name "Acorn OS" which looked like the i Pod Classic.As of i OS 4, Apple no longer charges money for i Pod Touch updates. i Phone OS 1.2, which after the first beta was replaced by a 2.0 version number; the second beta was named 2.0 beta 2 instead of 1.2 beta 2.The other was i OS 4.2, replaced with 4.2.1 due to a Wi-Fi bug in 4.2 beta 3, causing Apple to release 2 golden masters (4.2 GM and 4.2.1 GM).