Easily distinguish between iPhone models in Objective-C and Swift
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ScreenType

ScreenType

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Easily distinguish between iPhone models in Objective-C and Swift.

Example

To demo the example project, clone or download the repo, and open "ScreenType.xcworkspace" from the "Example" directory.

Requirements

Swift 4.0+

Xcode 9.0+

iOS 9.0+

Installation

ScreenType is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'ScreenType'

Manual Installation

Install ScreenType manually by importing ScreenType.swift into your project

Usage

Swift

If you're using Cocoapods add: import ScreenType prior to using ScreenType in your file.

// Check for a specific model
if UIScreen.current == .iPhone5_8 {
    print("Screen type is iPhone X")
}

// Check for multiple models
if UIScreen.current == .iPhone4_7 || UIScreen.current == .iPhone5_5 {
    print("Screen type is either iPhone 6/7/8 or 6/7/8 Plus")
}

// Find all models smaller than a certain screen size
if UIScreen.current < .iPhone4_7 {
    print("Screen is smaller than an iPhone 6/7/8")
}

// Find all models larger than or equal to a certain screen size
if UIScreen.current >= .iPad10_5 {
    print("Screen type is either iPad 10.5 or iPad 12.9")
}

Objective-C

You'll need a bridging header in order to use ScreenType in Objective-C.

If you're using Cocoapods add @import ScreenType; to the top of your file as well.

// Check for a specific model
if ([UIScreen current] == ScreenTypeIPhone5_8) {
    NSLog(@"Screen Type is iPhone X");
}

// Find all models larger than a certain screen size
if ([UIScreen current] > ScreenTypeIPhone4_0) {
    NSLog(@"Screen is larger than an iPhone 5/S/C");
}

Contributions

You are welcome to fork and submit pull requests

Author

Max Stein | maxste.in | Twitter

License

ScreenType is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.