The main operating system of iPhone is frantically based on iPhone OS which created different variants of basics driven by Mach kernel originally formed from Mac OS X. Core animation is included in the entire operating system of the component. The application is basically responsible for driving out smooth and enticing animation which is used on the user interface. Generally, the operating system is composed of considerable amounts of less than half of the memory of the iPhone’s total storage. The memory is expected to support tons of loads with applications made exclusively for Apple.
Similar to iPod, the device is typically managed with a version of iTunes 7.3 and is therefore compatible with the Mac OS X with a 32-bit Vista or Windows XP. Discovering a workaround was discovered for the previous 64-bit operating systems. Copying of applications from an iPhone to a Mac OS X is not that easy and takes a lot of effort to achieve. One must be able to write and compile the files for the iPhone specifically. Considering Safari, it is supported by applications via the web which are technically written in AJAX.
Application wise, there are indeed several noticeable applications wherein one can direly control or expand. These applications are embedded on the Home screen. Some of the applications are: camera, weather, notes, calendar, photos, maps, clock, stocks, setting, YouTube, iTunes and most importantly, text messaging. Docked at the bottom of the screen are four additional applications which delineates the purposes of Safari, iPod, Phone and Mail.