The library has been completely rewritten from scratch. This version still offers the
Deviice structure, but it has been marked as deprecated and will be removed in future versions. Now, the whole magic is done via the
There is documentation for all the classes, methods and properties in the code. To give a general idea, this is how things work.
let device = Device.init() // This instantiate a `Device` object based on the current device. print(device.model.marketingName) // This prints "iPhone 12 Pro" in case it is running on an iPhone 12 Pro
There is also the possibility to get the actual device being simulated on a Mac.
let device = Device.init() print(device.model.marketingName) // This will print "Simulator" print(device.actualModel.marketingName) // This will print "iPhone 12 Pro" in case you're simulating an iPhone 12 Pro
With the first release, there's no chance to get the type of connectivity of a specific device. This will be probably added later.
This library works on iOS 12 or higher.
Deviice is available through Swift Package Manager and CocoaPods.
You can add this library via Swift Package Manager, using this url
To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
Andrea Mario Lufino, andrealufino.com. Thanks to all the contributors.
Deviice is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.