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iOS Objective-C headers as derived from runtime introspection


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Frameworks 8.1.1
PrivateFrameworks 8.1.1
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ios_frameworks.png iOS 8.1

Dynamically Generated iOS Headers

Here are iOS Objective-C headers as derived from runtime introspection.

The headers were generated using RuntimeBrowser for iPhone.


You can search the headers with github search:


You can compare versions based on their tags, see the tags page:

$ git difftool 6.0 6.1 .

Sample usage

You can use the headers this way:

NSBundle *b = [NSBundle bundleWithPath:@"/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/GAIA.framework"];
BOOL success = [b load];

Class SKTelephonyController = NSClassFromString(@"SKTelephonyController");
id tc = [SKTelephonyController sharedInstance];

NSLog(@"-- myPhoneNumber: %@", [tc myPhoneNumber]);
NSLog(@"-- imei: %@", [tc imei]);

Note that many other unique identifiers can be retrieved:

Class AADeviceInfo = NSClassFromString(@"AADeviceInfo");
NSLog(@"-- serialNumber: %@", [AADeviceInfo serialNumber]);
NSLog(@"-- udid: %@", [AADeviceInfo udid]);
NSLog(@"-- appleIDClientIdentifier: %@", [AADeviceInfo appleIDClientIdentifier]);

id deviceInfo = [[[AADeviceInfo alloc] init] autorelease];
NSLog(@"-- wifiMacAddress: %@", [deviceInfo wifiMacAddress]);

Class OSDBattery = NSClassFromString(@"OSDBattery");
NSLog(@"-- battery serial number: %@", [OSDBattery _getBatterySerialNumber]);


  • Green == public
  • Red == private
  • Blue == dylib

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iOS Frameworks

Nicolas Seriot

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