iOS

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IOS
Manufacturer: Apple

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iOS, formerly known as iPhone OS, is a mobile operating system developed by American technology company Apple for their line of iPhone smartphones and iPad tablets. The primary rival to the Open Handset Alliance's Android mobile operating system, it was first released in June 2007, and has played host to numerous ports of first and third-party Sega games.

Games and software published on iOS are made available through Apple's App Store.

List of Sega games for iOS (iPhone)

List of Sega games for iOS (iPad)

References


Non-Sega consoles
Nintendo
Nintendo Entertainment System (1983) | Game Boy (1989) | Super Nintendo Entertainment System (1990) | Nintendo 64 (1996) | Game Boy Color (1998) | Game Boy Advance (2001) | Nintendo GameCube (2001) | Nintendo DS (2004) | Wii (2006) | Nintendo 3DS (2011) | Wii U (2012) | Nintendo Switch (2017)
Sony
PlayStation (1994) | PlayStation 2 (2000) | PlayStation Portable (2004) | PlayStation 3 (2006) | PlayStation Vita (2011) | PlayStation 4 (2013) | PlayStation 5 (2020)
Microsoft
Xbox (2001) | Xbox 360 (2005) | Xbox One (2013) | Xbox Series X (2020)
Mobile
iOS | Android | Windows Phone
Other
Atari 2600 (1977) | ColecoVision (1982) | R-Zone (1995) | Game.com (1997) | Neo Geo Pocket Color (1999) | N-Gage (2003) | LeapFrog Didj (2008) | Stadia (2019)