What does the letter I stand for in Apple products?
What did the iMac originally stand for?
Why is it called iPhone?
The iPhone gets its name because it can be customized to suit the user. Its screen and applications can be altered to individual taste, like iPod and iGoogle. It highlights the ‘i’ — individuality of the user. The iPhone is a multimedia-enabled smartphone, which made its appearance a couple of years ago.
What does the lowercase I stand for?
emphasize individual submission
Why is there a dot on the letter I?
The dot is just called superscript dot. It was added to the letter i in the Middle Ages to distinguish the letter (in manuscripts) from adjacent vertical strokes in such letters as u, m, and n. J is a variant form of i which emerged at this time and subsequently became a separate letter.
What is the dot over the letter i and j called?
What is a tittle? The small distinguishing mark you see over a lowercase i and a lowercase j is called a tittle—an interesting name that looks like a portmanteau (combination) of tiny and little, and refers to a small point or stroke in writing and printing.
What does a dot over a letter mean?
What does a dot under a letter mean?
The dot below the letter i is a diacritic mark — dot is actually the correct term for the kind of mark it is. In the case of Vietnamese, it denotes the nặng tone (low, glottal), used on the base vowels: ạ ặ ậ ẹ ệ ị ọ ộ ợ ụ ự ỵ
Whats the dot on the i called?
What is a 0 with a dot in the middle?
The slashed zero is a representation of the number “0” (zero), with a slash through it. Unlike in the Scandinavian vowel “Ø” and the “empty set” symbol “∅”, and the diameter symbol ⌀, the slash of a slashed zero usually does not extend past the ellipse in most typographic designs.
What language has a dot over the Z?
Ẓ (minuscule: ẓ) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, formed from Z with the addition of a dot below the letter. It is used in the transcription of Afroasiatic languages, specifically: as transcription of the Arabic letter Ẓāʼ in the Berber Latin alphabet to represent /zˤ/ (an emphatic z)
How is Š pronounced?
In the International Phonetic Alphabet this sound is denoted with ʃ or ʂ, but the lowercase š is used in the Americanist phonetic notation, as well as in the Uralic Phonetic Alphabet. It represents the same sound as the Turkic letter Ş and the Romanian letter Ș (S-comma).