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C'è un modo per ottenere il nome del modello del dispositivo (iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, ecc.) In Swift?

So che esiste una proprietà denominata modello UIDevice.currentDevice().model Ma restituisce solo il tipo di dispositivo (iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, iPhone Simulator, ecc.).

So anche che può essere fatto facilmente in Objective-C con questo metodo:

#import <sys/utsname.h>

struct utsname systemInfo;
uname(&systemInfo);

NSString* deviceModel = [NSString stringWithCString:systemInfo.machine
                          encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];

Ma sto sviluppando la mia app per iPhone in Swift, quindi qualcuno potrebbe aiutarmi con il modo equivalente di risolvere questo in Swift?


Swift 4 sia dispositivo / simulatore

e nuovo iPhone 8 , iPhone X e iPad Pro 2 n generazione

PS (Questo metodo rileva anche il modello corretto se si tratta di un simulatore ..):

public enum Model : String {
    case simulator     = "simulator/sandbox",
    iPod1              = "iPod 1",
    iPod2              = "iPod 2",
    iPod3              = "iPod 3",
    iPod4              = "iPod 4",
    iPod5              = "iPod 5",
    iPad2              = "iPad 2",
    iPad3              = "iPad 3",
    iPad4              = "iPad 4",
    iPad5              = "iPad 5",
    iPhone4            = "iPhone 4",
    iPhone4S           = "iPhone 4S",
    iPhone5            = "iPhone 5",
    iPhone5S           = "iPhone 5S",
    iPhone5C           = "iPhone 5C",
    iPadMini1          = "iPad Mini 1",
    iPadMini2          = "iPad Mini 2",
    iPadMini3          = "iPad Mini 3",
    iPadAir1           = "iPad Air 1",
    iPadAir2           = "iPad Air 2",
    iPadPro9_7         = "iPad Pro 9.7\"",
    iPadPro9_7_cell    = "iPad Pro 9.7\" cellular",
    iPadPro12_9        = "iPad Pro 12.9\"",
    iPadPro12_9_cell   = "iPad Pro 12.9\" cellular",
    iPadPro2_12_9      = "iPad Pro 2 12.9\"",
    iPadPro2_12_9_cell = "iPad Pro 2 12.9\" cellular",
    iPhone6            = "iPhone 6",
    iPhone6plus        = "iPhone 6 Plus",
    iPhone6S           = "iPhone 6S",
    iPhone6Splus       = "iPhone 6S Plus",
    iPhoneSE           = "iPhone SE",
    iPhone7            = "iPhone 7",
    iPhone7plus        = "iPhone 7 Plus",
    iPhone8            = "iPhone 8",
    iPhone8plus        = "iPhone 8 Plus",
    iPhoneX            = "iPhone X",
    unrecognized       = "?unrecognized?"
}

// #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
//MARK: UIDevice extensions
// #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#

public extension UIDevice {
    public var type: Model {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let modelCode = withUnsafePointer(to: &systemInfo.machine) {
            $0.withMemoryRebound(to: CChar.self, capacity: 1) {
                ptr in String.init(validatingUTF8: ptr)

            }
        }
        var modelMap : [ String : Model ] = [
            "i386"      : .simulator,
            "x86_64"    : .simulator,
            "iPod1,1"   : .iPod1,
            "iPod2,1"   : .iPod2,
            "iPod3,1"   : .iPod3,
            "iPod4,1"   : .iPod4,
            "iPod5,1"   : .iPod5,
            "iPad2,1"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,2"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,3"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,4"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,5"   : .iPadMini1,
            "iPad2,6"   : .iPadMini1,
            "iPad2,7"   : .iPadMini1,
            "iPhone3,1" : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone3,2" : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone3,3" : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone4,1" : .iPhone4S,
            "iPhone5,1" : .iPhone5,
            "iPhone5,2" : .iPhone5,
            "iPhone5,3" : .iPhone5C,
            "iPhone5,4" : .iPhone5C,
            "iPad3,1"   : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,2"   : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,3"   : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,4"   : .iPad4,
            "iPad3,5"   : .iPad4,
            "iPad3,6"   : .iPad4,
            "iPhone6,1" : .iPhone5S,
            "iPhone6,2" : .iPhone5S,
            "iPad4,2"   : .iPadAir1,
            "iPad5,4"   : .iPadAir2,
            "iPad4,4"   : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,5"   : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,6"   : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,7"   : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad4,8"   : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad4,9"   : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad6,3"   : .iPadPro9_7,
            "iPad6,4"   : .iPadPro9_7_cell,
            "iPad6,12"  : .iPad5,
            "iPad6,7"   : .iPadPro12_9,
            "iPad6,8"   : .iPadPro12_9_cell,
            "iPad7,1"   : .iPadPro2_12_9,
            "iPad7,2"   : .iPadPro2_12_9_cell,
            "iPhone7,1" : .iPhone6plus,
            "iPhone7,2" : .iPhone6,
            "iPhone8,1" : .iPhone6S,
            "iPhone8,2" : .iPhone6Splus,
            "iPhone8,4" : .iPhoneSE,
            "iPhone9,1" : .iPhone7,
            "iPhone9,2" : .iPhone7plus,
            "iPhone9,3" : .iPhone7,
            "iPhone9,4" : .iPhone7plus,
            "iPhone10,1" : .iPhone8,
            "iPhone10,2" : .iPhone8plus,
            "iPhone10,3" : .iPhoneX,
            "iPhone10,4" : .iPhone8,
            "iPhone10,5" : .iPhone8plus,
            "iPhone10,6" : .iPhoneX
        ]

        if let model = modelMap[String.init(validatingUTF8: modelCode!)!] {
            if model == .simulator {
                if let simModelCode = ProcessInfo().environment["SIMULATOR_MODEL_IDENTIFIER"] {
                    if let simModel = modelMap[String.init(validatingUTF8: simModelCode)!] {                        
                        return simModel
                    }
                }
            }
            return model
        }
        return Model.unrecognized
    }
}

Uso :

print("\(UIDevice().type)")

Produzione:

iPhone X

Affrontare le strutture c è doloroso in fretta. Soprattutto se hanno una sorta di array di c in esso. Ecco la mia soluzione: continua a utilizzare l'obiettivo-c. Basta creare una classe wrapper objective-c che faccia questo lavoro e utilizzi quella classe in swift. Ecco una classe di esempio che fa esattamente questo:

@interface DeviceInfo : NSObject

+ (NSString *)model;

@end

#import "DeviceInfo.h"
#import <sys/utsname.h>

@implementation DeviceInfo

+ (NSString *)model
{
    struct utsname systemInfo;
    uname(&systemInfo);

    return [NSString stringWithCString: systemInfo.machine encoding: NSUTF8StringEncoding];
}

@end

In un lato veloce:

let deviceModel = DeviceInfo.model()

Ci sono alcuni problemi con la risposta accettata quando usi Swift 3! Questa risposta (ispirata a NAZIK) funziona con Swift 3 e i nuovi modelli di iPhone:

import UIKit


public extension UIDevice {
var modelName: String {
    #if (arch(i386) || arch(x86_64)) && os(iOS)
        let DEVICE_IS_SIMULATOR = true
    #else
        let DEVICE_IS_SIMULATOR = false
    #endif

    var machineString = String()

    if DEVICE_IS_SIMULATOR == true
    {
        if let dir = ProcessInfo().environment["SIMULATOR_MODEL_IDENTIFIER"] {
            machineString = dir
        }
    }
    else {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
        machineString = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
            guard let value = element.value as? Int8 , value != 0 else { return identifier }
            return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
        }
    }
    switch machineString {
    case "iPod4,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 4G"
    case "iPod5,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 5G"
    case "iPod7,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 6G"
    case "iPhone3,1", "iPhone3,2", "iPhone3,3":     return "iPhone 4"
    case "iPhone4,1":                               return "iPhone 4s"
    case "iPhone5,1", "iPhone5,2":                  return "iPhone 5"
    case "iPhone5,3", "iPhone5,4":                  return "iPhone 5c"
    case "iPhone6,1", "iPhone6,2":                  return "iPhone 5s"
    case "iPhone7,2":                               return "iPhone 6"
    case "iPhone7,1":                               return "iPhone 6 Plus"
    case "iPhone8,1":                               return "iPhone 6s"
    case "iPhone8,2":                               return "iPhone 6s Plus"
    case "iPhone8,4":                               return "iPhone SE"
    case "iPhone9,1", "iPhone9,3":                  return "iPhone 7"
    case "iPhone9,2", "iPhone 9,4":                 return "iPhone 7 Plus"
    case "iPad2,1", "iPad2,2", "iPad2,3", "iPad2,4":return "iPad 2"
    case "iPad3,1", "iPad3,2", "iPad3,3":           return "iPad 3"
    case "iPad3,4", "iPad3,5", "iPad3,6":           return "iPad 4"
    case "iPad4,1", "iPad4,2", "iPad4,3":           return "iPad Air"
    case "iPad5,3", "iPad5,4":                      return "iPad Air 2"
    case "iPad2,5", "iPad2,6", "iPad2,7":           return "iPad Mini"
    case "iPad4,4", "iPad4,5", "iPad4,6":           return "iPad Mini 2"
    case "iPad4,7", "iPad4,8", "iPad4,9":           return "iPad Mini 3"
    case "iPad5,1", "iPad5,2":                      return "iPad Mini 4"
    case "iPad6,3", "iPad6,4":                      return "iPad Pro (9.7 inch)"
    case "iPad6,7", "iPad6,8":                      return "iPad Pro (12.9 inch)"
    case "AppleTV5,3":                              return "Apple TV"
    default:                                        return machineString
    }
}
}

Ho creato un'altra estensione di esempio su UIDevice per includere la base identificativa del modello del simulatore sulla answer @ HAS:

public extension UIDevice {


    /// pares the deveice name as the standard name
    var modelName: String {

        #if (arch(i386) || arch(x86_64)) && os(iOS)
            let identifier = ProcessInfo().environment["SIMULATOR_MODEL_IDENTIFIER"]!
        #else
            var systemInfo = utsname()
            uname(&systemInfo)
            let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
            let identifier = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
                guard let value = element.value as? Int8 , value != 0 else { return identifier }
                return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
            }
        #endif

        switch identifier {
        case "iPod5,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 5"
        case "iPod7,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 6"
        case "iPhone3,1", "iPhone3,2", "iPhone3,3":     return "iPhone 4"
        case "iPhone4,1":                               return "iPhone 4s"
        case "iPhone5,1", "iPhone5,2":                  return "iPhone 5"
        case "iPhone5,3", "iPhone5,4":                  return "iPhone 5c"
        case "iPhone6,1", "iPhone6,2":                  return "iPhone 5s"
        case "iPhone7,2":                               return "iPhone 6"
        case "iPhone7,1":                               return "iPhone 6 Plus"
        case "iPhone8,1":                               return "iPhone 6s"
        case "iPhone8,2":                               return "iPhone 6s Plus"
        case "iPhone9,1", "iPhone9,3":                  return "iPhone 7"
        case "iPhone9,2", "iPhone9,4":                  return "iPhone 7 Plus"
        case "iPhone8,4":                               return "iPhone SE"
        case "iPhone10,1", "iPhone10,4":                return "iPhone 8"
        case "iPhone10,2", "iPhone10,5":                return "iPhone 8 Plus"
        case "iPhone10,3", "iPhone10,6":                return "iPhone X"
        case "iPad2,1", "iPad2,2", "iPad2,3", "iPad2,4":return "iPad 2"
        case "iPad3,1", "iPad3,2", "iPad3,3":           return "iPad 3"
        case "iPad3,4", "iPad3,5", "iPad3,6":           return "iPad 4"
        case "iPad4,1", "iPad4,2", "iPad4,3":           return "iPad Air"
        case "iPad5,3", "iPad5,4":                      return "iPad Air 2"
        case "iPad6,11", "iPad6,12":                    return "iPad 5"
        case "iPad2,5", "iPad2,6", "iPad2,7":           return "iPad Mini"
        case "iPad4,4", "iPad4,5", "iPad4,6":           return "iPad Mini 2"
        case "iPad4,7", "iPad4,8", "iPad4,9":           return "iPad Mini 3"
        case "iPad5,1", "iPad5,2":                      return "iPad Mini 4"
        case "iPad6,3", "iPad6,4":                      return "iPad Pro 9.7 Inch"
        case "iPad6,7", "iPad6,8":                      return "iPad Pro 12.9 Inch"
        case "iPad7,1", "iPad7,2":                      return "iPad Pro 12.9 Inch 2. Generation"
        case "iPad7,3", "iPad7,4":                      return "iPad Pro 10.5 Inch"
        case "AppleTV5,3":                              return "Apple TV"
        case "AppleTV6,2":                              return "Apple TV 4K"
        case "AudioAccessory1,1":                       return "HomePod"
        default:                                        return identifier
        }
    }

}

Versione Swift 4.1:

public extension UIDevice {

    /// pares the deveice name as the standard name
    var modelName: String {

        #if targetEnvironment(simulator)
            let identifier = ProcessInfo().environment["SIMULATOR_MODEL_IDENTIFIER"]!
        #else
            var systemInfo = utsname()
            uname(&systemInfo)
            let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
            let identifier = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
                guard let value = element.value as? Int8 , value != 0 else { return identifier }
                return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
            }
        #endif

        switch identifier {
        case "iPod5,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 5"
        case "iPod7,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 6"
        case "iPhone3,1", "iPhone3,2", "iPhone3,3":     return "iPhone 4"
        case "iPhone4,1":                               return "iPhone 4s"
        case "iPhone5,1", "iPhone5,2":                  return "iPhone 5"
        case "iPhone5,3", "iPhone5,4":                  return "iPhone 5c"
        case "iPhone6,1", "iPhone6,2":                  return "iPhone 5s"
        case "iPhone7,2":                               return "iPhone 6"
        case "iPhone7,1":                               return "iPhone 6 Plus"
        case "iPhone8,1":                               return "iPhone 6s"
        case "iPhone8,2":                               return "iPhone 6s Plus"
        case "iPhone9,1", "iPhone9,3":                  return "iPhone 7"
        case "iPhone9,2", "iPhone9,4":                  return "iPhone 7 Plus"
        case "iPhone8,4":                               return "iPhone SE"
        case "iPhone10,1", "iPhone10,4":                return "iPhone 8"
        case "iPhone10,2", "iPhone10,5":                return "iPhone 8 Plus"
        case "iPhone10,3", "iPhone10,6":                return "iPhone X"
        case "iPad2,1", "iPad2,2", "iPad2,3", "iPad2,4":return "iPad 2"
        case "iPad3,1", "iPad3,2", "iPad3,3":           return "iPad 3"
        case "iPad3,4", "iPad3,5", "iPad3,6":           return "iPad 4"
        case "iPad4,1", "iPad4,2", "iPad4,3":           return "iPad Air"
        case "iPad5,3", "iPad5,4":                      return "iPad Air 2"
        case "iPad6,11", "iPad6,12":                    return "iPad 5"
        case "iPad2,5", "iPad2,6", "iPad2,7":           return "iPad Mini"
        case "iPad4,4", "iPad4,5", "iPad4,6":           return "iPad Mini 2"
        case "iPad4,7", "iPad4,8", "iPad4,9":           return "iPad Mini 3"
        case "iPad5,1", "iPad5,2":                      return "iPad Mini 4"
        case "iPad6,3", "iPad6,4":                      return "iPad Pro 9.7 Inch"
        case "iPad6,7", "iPad6,8":                      return "iPad Pro 12.9 Inch"
        case "iPad7,1", "iPad7,2":                      return "iPad Pro 12.9 Inch 2. Generation"
        case "iPad7,3", "iPad7,4":                      return "iPad Pro 10.5 Inch"
        case "AppleTV5,3":                              return "Apple TV"
        case "AppleTV6,2":                              return "Apple TV 4K"
        case "AudioAccessory1,1":                       return "HomePod"
        default:                                        return identifier
        }
    }

}

It's working fine with Swift3.2 above:

let modelName = UIDevice.current.modelName

Ho realizzato questa estensione "pura Swift" su UIDevice .

Questa versione funziona in Swift 2 o versioni successive Se si utilizza una versione precedente, si prega di utilizzare una versione precedente della mia risposta .

Se stai cercando una soluzione più elegante puoi usare il mio DeviceKit μ-framework pubblicato su GitHub (disponibile anche tramite CocoaPods, Carthage e Swift Package Manager).

Ecco il codice:

import UIKit

public extension UIDevice {

    var modelName: String {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
        let identifier = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
            guard let value = element.value as? Int8, value != 0 else { return identifier }
            return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
        }

        switch identifier {
        case "iPod5,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 5"
        case "iPod7,1":                                 return "iPod Touch 6"
        case "iPhone3,1", "iPhone3,2", "iPhone3,3":     return "iPhone 4"
        case "iPhone4,1":                               return "iPhone 4s"
        case "iPhone5,1", "iPhone5,2":                  return "iPhone 5"
        case "iPhone5,3", "iPhone5,4":                  return "iPhone 5c"
        case "iPhone6,1", "iPhone6,2":                  return "iPhone 5s"
        case "iPhone7,2":                               return "iPhone 6"
        case "iPhone7,1":                               return "iPhone 6 Plus"
        case "iPhone8,1":                               return "iPhone 6s"
        case "iPhone8,2":                               return "iPhone 6s Plus"
        case "iPhone9,1", "iPhone9,3":                  return "iPhone 7"
        case "iPhone9,2", "iPhone9,4":                  return "iPhone 7 Plus"
        case "iPhone8,4":                               return "iPhone SE"
        case "iPhone10,1", "iPhone10,4":                return "iPhone 8"
        case "iPhone10,2", "iPhone10,5":                return "iPhone 8 Plus"
        case "iPhone10,3", "iPhone10,6":                return "iPhone X"
        case "iPad2,1", "iPad2,2", "iPad2,3", "iPad2,4":return "iPad 2"
        case "iPad3,1", "iPad3,2", "iPad3,3":           return "iPad 3"
        case "iPad3,4", "iPad3,5", "iPad3,6":           return "iPad 4"
        case "iPad4,1", "iPad4,2", "iPad4,3":           return "iPad Air"
        case "iPad5,3", "iPad5,4":                      return "iPad Air 2"
        case "iPad6,11", "iPad6,12":                    return "iPad 5"
        case "iPad7,5", "iPad7,6":                      return "iPad 6"
        case "iPad2,5", "iPad2,6", "iPad2,7":           return "iPad Mini"
        case "iPad4,4", "iPad4,5", "iPad4,6":           return "iPad Mini 2"
        case "iPad4,7", "iPad4,8", "iPad4,9":           return "iPad Mini 3"
        case "iPad5,1", "iPad5,2":                      return "iPad Mini 4"
        case "iPad6,3", "iPad6,4":                      return "iPad Pro 9.7 Inch"
        case "iPad6,7", "iPad6,8":                      return "iPad Pro 12.9 Inch"
        case "iPad7,1", "iPad7,2":                      return "iPad Pro 12.9 Inch 2. Generation"
        case "iPad7,3", "iPad7,4":                      return "iPad Pro 10.5 Inch"
        case "AppleTV5,3":                              return "Apple TV"
        case "AppleTV6,2":                              return "Apple TV 4K"
        case "AudioAccessory1,1":                       return "HomePod"
        case "i386", "x86_64":                          return "Simulator"
        default:                                        return identifier
        }
    }

}

Lo chiami così:

// Swift 2
let modelName = UIDevice.currentDevice().modelName

// Swift 3
let modelName = UIDevice.current.modelName

Ho scoperto che molte di queste risposte usano stringhe. Ho deciso di cambiare la risposta @HAS per usare un enum:

public enum Devices: String {
    case IPodTouch5
    case IPodTouch6
    case IPhone4
    case IPhone4S
    case IPhone5
    case IPhone5C
    case IPhone5S
    case IPhone6
    case IPhone6Plus
    case IPhone6S
    case IPhone6SPlus
    case IPhone7
    case IPhone7Plus
    case IPhoneSE
    case IPad2
    case IPad3
    case IPad4
    case IPadAir
    case IPadAir2
    case IPadMini
    case IPadMini2
    case IPadMini3
    case IPadMini4
    case IPadPro
    case AppleTV
    case Simulator
    case Other
}

public extension UIDevice {

    public var modelName: Devices {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
        let identifier = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
            guard let value = element.value as? Int8 , value != 0 else { return identifier }
            return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
        }

        switch identifier {
        case "iPod5,1":                                 return Devices.IPodTouch5
        case "iPod7,1":                                 return Devices.IPodTouch6
        case "iPhone3,1", "iPhone3,2", "iPhone3,3":     return Devices.IPhone4
        case "iPhone4,1":                               return Devices.IPhone4S
        case "iPhone5,1", "iPhone5,2":                  return Devices.IPhone5
        case "iPhone5,3", "iPhone5,4":                  return Devices.IPhone5C
        case "iPhone6,1", "iPhone6,2":                  return Devices.IPhone5S
        case "iPhone7,2":                               return Devices.IPhone6
        case "iPhone7,1":                               return Devices.IPhone6Plus
        case "iPhone8,1":                               return Devices.IPhone6S
        case "iPhone8,2":                               return Devices.IPhone6SPlus
        case "iPhone9,1", "iPhone9,3":                  return Devices.IPhone7
        case "iPhone9,2", "iPhone9,4":                  return Devices.IPhone7Plus
        case "iPhone8,4":                               return Devices.IPhoneSE
        case "iPad2,1", "iPad2,2", "iPad2,3", "iPad2,4":return Devices.IPad2
        case "iPad3,1", "iPad3,2", "iPad3,3":           return Devices.IPad3
        case "iPad3,4", "iPad3,5", "iPad3,6":           return Devices.IPad4
        case "iPad4,1", "iPad4,2", "iPad4,3":           return Devices.IPadAir
        case "iPad5,3", "iPad5,4":                      return Devices.IPadAir2
        case "iPad2,5", "iPad2,6", "iPad2,7":           return Devices.IPadMini
        case "iPad4,4", "iPad4,5", "iPad4,6":           return Devices.IPadMini2
        case "iPad4,7", "iPad4,8", "iPad4,9":           return Devices.IPadMini3
        case "iPad5,1", "iPad5,2":                      return Devices.IPadMini4
        case "iPad6,3", "iPad6,4", "iPad6,7", "iPad6,8":return Devices.IPadPro
        case "AppleTV5,3":                              return Devices.AppleTV
        case "i386", "x86_64":                          return Devices.Simulator
        default:                                        return Devices.Other
        }
    }

}

In Swift 3.0, ho trovato questa soluzione per ottenere il nome modale del dispositivo.

public extension UIDevice {
 var modelName: String {
      var systemInfo = utsname()
      uname(&systemInfo)
      let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
      let identifier = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
           guard let value = element.value as? Int8 , value != 0 else { return identifier }
           return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
      }
      switch identifier {
      case "iPod5,1":
           return "iPod Touch 5"
      case "iPod7,1":
           return "iPod Touch 6"
      case "iPhone3,1", "iPhone3,2", "iPhone3,3":
           return "iPhone 4"
      case "iPhone4,1":
           return "iPhone 4s"
      case "iPhone5,1", "iPhone5,2":
           return "iPhone 5"
      case "iPhone5,3", "iPhone5,4":
           return "iPhone 5c"
      case "iPhone6,1", "iPhone6,2":
           return "iPhone 5s"
      case "iPhone7,2":
           return "iPhone 6"
      case "iPhone7,1":
           return "iPhone 6 Plus"
      case "iPhone8,1":
           return "iPhone 6s"
      case "iPhone8,2":
           return "iPhone 6s Plus"
      case "iPad2,1", "iPad2,2", "iPad2,3", "iPad2,4":
           return "iPad 2"
      case "iPad3,1", "iPad3,2", "iPad3,3":
           return "iPad 3"
      case "iPad3,4", "iPad3,5", "iPad3,6":
           return "iPad 4"
      case "iPad4,1", "iPad4,2", "iPad4,3":
           return "iPad Air"
      case "iPad5,3", "iPad5,4":
           return "iPad Air 2"
      case "iPad2,5", "iPad2,6", "iPad2,7":
           return "iPad Mini"
      case "iPad4,4", "iPad4,5", "iPad4,6":
           return "iPad Mini 2"
      case "iPad4,7", "iPad4,8", "iPad4,9":
           return "iPad Mini 3"
      case "iPad5,1", "iPad5,2":
           return "iPad Mini 4"
      case "iPad6,7", "iPad6,8":
           return "iPad Pro"
      case "AppleTV5,3":
           return "Apple TV"
      case "i386", "x86_64":
           return "Simulator"
      default:
           return identifier
      }
 }

}

Usando questa estensione è necessario scrivere questo per ottenere il nome modale del dispositivo in swift 3.0.

//Getting Device modal name
let modelName = UIDevice.current.modelName
print(modelName)

Possa questo ti aiuterà. Grazie.


Questo esempio di Swift 3.0 restituisce il modello di dispositivo corrente come costante enum (per evitare confronti diretti con stringhe letterali). Il valore grezzo dell'enumerazione è una String contenente il nome del dispositivo iOS leggibile dall'uomo. Poiché è Swift, l'elenco dei dispositivi riconosciuti include solo modelli abbastanza recenti da supportare le versioni di iOS che includono Swift. Il seguente esempio di utilizzo utilizza l'implementazione alla fine di questa risposta:

    switch UIDevice().type {
    case .iPhone5:
              print("No TouchID sensor")
    case .iPhone5S:
              fallthrough
    case .iPhone6:
              fallthrough
    case .iPhone6plus:
              fallthrough
    case .iPad_Pro9_7:
              fallthrough
    case .iPad_Pro12_9:
              fallthrough
    case .iPhone7:
              fallthrough
    case .iPhone7plus:
              print("Put your thumb on the " + 
                     UIDevice().type.rawValue + " TouchID sensor")
    case .unrecognized:
              print("Device model unrecognized");
    default:
              print(UIDevice().type.rawValue + " not supported by this app");
    }

La tua app dovrebbe essere aggiornata per le nuove versioni del dispositivo e anche quando Apple aggiungerà nuovi modelli per la stessa famiglia di dispositivi. Ad esempio, iPhone3,1 iPhone3,2 iPhone3,4 sono tutti "iPhone 4". Evita di scrivere codice che non tiene conto dei nuovi modelli, quindi gli algoritmi non riescono inaspettatamente a configurare o rispondere a un nuovo dispositivo. Puoi fare riferimento a questo elenco aggiornato di # del modello di dispositivo iOS per aggiornare la tua app in momenti strategici.

iOS include interfacce indipendenti dal dispositivo per rilevare funzionalità e parametri hardware come le dimensioni dello schermo. Le interfacce generalizzate fornite da Apple sono di solito i meccanismi più sicuri e meglio supportati per adattare dinamicamente il comportamento di un'app a hardware diverso. Tuttavia, il seguente codice può essere utile per la prototipazione, il debug, il test o qualsiasi codice temporale necessario per indirizzare una specifica famiglia di dispositivi. Questa tecnica può anche essere utile per descrivere il dispositivo corrente con il suo nome comune / pubblicamente riconosciuto.

Swift 3

// 1. Declare outside class definition (or in its own file).
// 2. UIKit must be included in file where this code is added.
// 3. Extends UIDevice class, thus is available anywhere in app.
//
// Usage example:
//
//    if UIDevice().type == .simulator {
//       print("You're running on the simulator... boring!")
//    } else {
//       print("Wow! Running on a \(UIDevice().type.rawValue)")
//    }
import UIKit

public enum Model : String {
    case simulator   = "simulator/sandbox",
    iPod1            = "iPod 1",
    iPod2            = "iPod 2",
    iPod3            = "iPod 3",
    iPod4            = "iPod 4",
    iPod5            = "iPod 5",
    iPad2            = "iPad 2",
    iPad3            = "iPad 3",
    iPad4            = "iPad 4",
    iPhone4          = "iPhone 4",
    iPhone4S         = "iPhone 4S",
    iPhone5          = "iPhone 5",
    iPhone5S         = "iPhone 5S",
    iPhone5C         = "iPhone 5C",
    iPadMini1        = "iPad Mini 1",
    iPadMini2        = "iPad Mini 2",
    iPadMini3        = "iPad Mini 3",
    iPadAir1         = "iPad Air 1",
    iPadAir2         = "iPad Air 2",
    iPadPro9_7       = "iPad Pro 9.7\"",
    iPadPro9_7_cell  = "iPad Pro 9.7\" cellular",
    iPadPro10_5      = "iPad Pro 10.5\"",
    iPadPro10_5_cell = "iPad Pro 10.5\" cellular",
    iPadPro12_9      = "iPad Pro 12.9\"",
    iPadPro12_9_cell = "iPad Pro 12.9\" cellular",
    iPhone6          = "iPhone 6",
    iPhone6plus      = "iPhone 6 Plus",
    iPhone6S         = "iPhone 6S",
    iPhone6Splus     = "iPhone 6S Plus",
    iPhoneSE         = "iPhone SE",
    iPhone7          = "iPhone 7",
    iPhone7plus      = "iPhone 7 Plus",
    iPhone8          = "iPhone 8",
    iPhone8plus      = "iPhone 8 Plus",
    iPhoneX          = "iPhone X",
    unrecognized     = "?unrecognized?"
}

public extension UIDevice {
    public var type: Model {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let modelCode = withUnsafePointer(to: &systemInfo.machine) {
            $0.withMemoryRebound(to: CChar.self, capacity: 1) {
                ptr in String.init(validatingUTF8: ptr)

            }
        }
        var modelMap : [ String : Model ] = [
            "i386"       : .simulator,
            "x86_64"     : .simulator,
            "iPod1,1"    : .iPod1,
            "iPod2,1"    : .iPod2,
            "iPod3,1"    : .iPod3,
            "iPod4,1"    : .iPod4,
            "iPod5,1"    : .iPod5,
            "iPad2,1"    : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,2"    : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,3"    : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,4"    : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,5"    : .iPadMini1,
            "iPad2,6"    : .iPadMini1,
            "iPad2,7"    : .iPadMini1,
            "iPhone3,1"  : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone3,2"  : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone3,3"  : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone4,1"  : .iPhone4S,
            "iPhone5,1"  : .iPhone5,
            "iPhone5,2"  : .iPhone5,
            "iPhone5,3"  : .iPhone5C,
            "iPhone5,4"  : .iPhone5C,
            "iPad3,1"    : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,2"    : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,3"    : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,4"    : .iPad4,
            "iPad3,5"    : .iPad4,
            "iPad3,6"    : .iPad4,
            "iPhone6,1"  : .iPhone5S,
            "iPhone6,2"  : .iPhone5S,
            "iPad4,1"    : .iPadAir1,
            "iPad4,2"    : .iPadAir2,
            "iPad4,4"    : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,5"    : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,6"    : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,7"    : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad4,8"    : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad4,9"    : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad6,3"    : .iPadPro9_7,
            "iPad6,11"   : .iPadPro9_7,
            "iPad6,4"    : .iPadPro9_7_cell,
            "iPad6,12"   : .iPadPro9_7_cell,
            "iPad6,7"    : .iPadPro12_9,
            "iPad6,8"    : .iPadPro12_9_cell,
            "iPad7,3"    : .iPadPro10_5,
            "iPad7,4"    : .iPadPro10_5_cell,
            "iPhone7,1"  : .iPhone6plus,
            "iPhone7,2"  : .iPhone6,
            "iPhone8,1"  : .iPhone6S,
            "iPhone8,2"  : .iPhone6Splus,
            "iPhone8,4"  : .iPhoneSE,
            "iPhone9,1"  : .iPhone7,
            "iPhone9,2"  : .iPhone7plus,
            "iPhone9,3"  : .iPhone7,
            "iPhone9,4"  : .iPhone7plus,
            "iPhone10,1" : .iPhone8,
            "iPhone10,2" : .iPhone8plus,
            "iPhone10,3" : .iPhoneX,
            "iPhone10,6" : .iPhoneX
        ]

    if let model = modelMap[String.init(validatingUTF8: modelCode!)!] {
            return model
        }
        return Model.unrecognized
    }
}

Utilizzo di Swift 3 (Xcode 8.3)

 func deviceName() -> String {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let str = withUnsafePointer(to: &systemInfo.machine.0) { ptr in
            return String(cString: ptr)
        }
        return str
    }

Nota: in base alla risposta ufficiale del forum di sviluppo, è possibile utilizzare le tuple in questo modo. L'allineamento della memoria per la grande tupla Int8 sarà lo stesso di un grande array Int8. cioè: contiguo e non imbottito.


SWIFT 3.1

my two cents for simply calling utsname:

    func platform() -> String {
    var systemInfo = utsname()
    uname(&systemInfo)
    let size = Int(_SYS_NAMELEN) // is 32, but posix AND its init is 256....

    let s = withUnsafeMutablePointer(to: &systemInfo.machine) {p in

        p.withMemoryRebound(to: CChar.self, capacity: size, {p2 in
            return String(cString: p2)
        })

    }
    return s
}

as other did, but a bit cleaner about all the intricacy of C/Swift and back. ):

Returns values such as "x86_64"


Below is the code for getting the hardware string, but you need to compare these hardware string to know which device it is. I have created a class for that contains almost all the device strings(we're keeping string upto date with new devices). It's easy to use please check

Swift : GitHub/DeviceGuru

Objective-C : GitHub/DeviceUtil

public func hardwareString() -> String {
  var name: [Int32] = [CTL_HW, HW_MACHINE]
  var size: Int = 2
  sysctl(&name, 2, nil, &size, &name, 0)
  var hw_machine = [CChar](count: Int(size), repeatedValue: 0)
  sysctl(&name, 2, &hw_machine, &size, &name, 0)

  let hardware: String = String.fromCString(hw_machine)!
  return hardware
}

Here an modification without force unwrap and Swift 3.0:

import Foundation
import UIKit


public enum Model : String {
    case simulator = "simulator/sandbox",
    iPod1          = "iPod 1",
    iPod2          = "iPod 2",
    iPod3          = "iPod 3",
    iPod4          = "iPod 4",
    iPod5          = "iPod 5",
    iPad2          = "iPad 2",
    iPad3          = "iPad 3",
    iPad4          = "iPad 4",
    iPhone4        = "iPhone 4",
    iPhone4S       = "iPhone 4S",
    iPhone5        = "iPhone 5",
    iPhone5S       = "iPhone 5S",
    iPhone5C       = "iPhone 5C",
    iPadMini1      = "iPad Mini 1",
    iPadMini2      = "iPad Mini 2",
    iPadMini3      = "iPad Mini 3",
    iPadAir1       = "iPad Air 1",
    iPadAir2       = "iPad Air 2",
    iPhone6        = "iPhone 6",
    iPhone6plus    = "iPhone 6 Plus",
    iPhone6S       = "iPhone 6S",
    iPhone6Splus   = "iPhone 6S Plus",
    iPhoneSE       = "iPhone SE",
    iPhone7        = "iPhone 7",
    iPhone7plus    = "iPhone 7 Plus",
    unrecognized   = "?unrecognized?"
}

public extension UIDevice {
    public var type: Model {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let modelCode = withUnsafePointer(to: &systemInfo.machine) {
            $0.withMemoryRebound(to: CChar.self, capacity: 1) {
                ptr in String.init(validatingUTF8: ptr)

            }
        }
        var modelMap : [ String : Model ] = [
            "i386"      : .simulator,
            "x86_64"    : .simulator,
            "iPod1,1"   : .iPod1,
            "iPod2,1"   : .iPod2,
            "iPod3,1"   : .iPod3,
            "iPod4,1"   : .iPod4,
            "iPod5,1"   : .iPod5,
            "iPad2,1"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,2"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,3"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,4"   : .iPad2,
            "iPad2,5"   : .iPadMini1,
            "iPad2,6"   : .iPadMini1,
            "iPad2,7"   : .iPadMini1,
            "iPhone3,1" : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone3,2" : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone3,3" : .iPhone4,
            "iPhone4,1" : .iPhone4S,
            "iPhone5,1" : .iPhone5,
            "iPhone5,2" : .iPhone5,
            "iPhone5,3" : .iPhone5C,
            "iPhone5,4" : .iPhone5C,
            "iPad3,1"   : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,2"   : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,3"   : .iPad3,
            "iPad3,4"   : .iPad4,
            "iPad3,5"   : .iPad4,
            "iPad3,6"   : .iPad4,
            "iPhone6,1" : .iPhone5S,
            "iPhone6,2" : .iPhone5S,
            "iPad4,1"   : .iPadAir1,
            "iPad4,2"   : .iPadAir2,
            "iPad4,4"   : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,5"   : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,6"   : .iPadMini2,
            "iPad4,7"   : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad4,8"   : .iPadMini3,
            "iPad4,9"   : .iPadMini3,
            "iPhone7,1" : .iPhone6plus,
            "iPhone7,2" : .iPhone6,
            "iPhone8,1" : .iPhone6S,
            "iPhone8,2" : .iPhone6Splus,
            "iPhone8,4" : .iPhoneSE,
            "iPhone9,1" : .iPhone7,
            "iPhone9,2" : .iPhone7plus,
            "iPhone9,3" : .iPhone7,
            "iPhone9,4" : .iPhone7plus,
            ]

        guard let safeModelCode = modelCode else {
            return Model.unrecognized
        }

        guard let modelString = String.init(validatingUTF8: safeModelCode) else {
            return Model.unrecognized
        }

        guard let model = modelMap[modelString] else {
            return Model.unrecognized
        }

        return model
    }
}

My simple solution grouped by device and support new devices iPhone 8 and iPhone X in Swift 3 :

public extension UIDevice {
    var modelName: String {
        var systemInfo = utsname()
        uname(&systemInfo)
        let machineMirror = Mirror(reflecting: systemInfo.machine)
        let identifier = machineMirror.children.reduce("") { identifier, element in
            guard let value = element.value as? Int8, value != 0 else { return identifier }
            return identifier + String(UnicodeScalar(UInt8(value)))
        }

        switch identifier {
        case "iPhone3,1", "iPhone3,2", "iPhone3,3", "iPhone4,1":
            return "iPhone 4"

        case "iPhone5,1", "iPhone5,2", "iPhone5,3", "iPhone5,4", "iPhone6,1", "iPhone6,2", "iPhone8,4":
            return "iPhone 5"

        case "iPhone7,2", "iPhone8,1", "iPhone9,1", "iPhone9,3", "iPhone10,1", "iPhone10,4":
            return "iPhone 6,7,8"

        case "iPhone7,1", "iPhone8,2", "iPhone9,2", "iPhone9,4", "iPhone10,2", "iPhone10,5":
            return "iPhone Plus"

        case "iPhone10,3", "iPhone10,6":
            return "iPhone X"

        case "i386", "x86_64":
            return "Simulator"
        default:
            return identifier
        }
    }
}

And use:

switch UIDevice.current.modelName {
  case "iPhone 4":
  case "iPhone 5":
  case "iPhone 6,7,8":
  case "iPhone Plus":
  case "iPhone X":
  case "Simulator":
  default:
}

Using a Swift 'switch-case':

func platformString() -> String {

    var devSpec: String

    switch platform() {

    case "iPhone1,2": devSpec = "iPhone 3G"
    case "iPhone2,1": devSpec = "iPhone 3GS"
    case "iPhone3,1": devSpec = "iPhone 4"
    case "iPhone3,3": devSpec = "Verizon iPhone 4"
    case "iPhone4,1": devSpec = "iPhone 4S"
    case "iPhone5,1": devSpec = "iPhone 5 (GSM)"
    case "iPhone5,2": devSpec = "iPhone 5 (GSM+CDMA)"
    case "iPhone5,3": devSpec = "iPhone 5c (GSM)"
    case "iPhone5,4": devSpec = "iPhone 5c (GSM+CDMA)"
    case "iPhone6,1": devSpec = "iPhone 5s (GSM)"
    case "iPhone6,2": devSpec = "iPhone 5s (GSM+CDMA)"
    case "iPhone7,1": devSpec = "iPhone 6 Plus"
    case "iPhone7,2": devSpec = "iPhone 6"
    case "iPod1,1": devSpec = "iPod Touch 1G"
    case "iPod2,1": devSpec = "iPod Touch 2G"
    case "iPod3,1": devSpec = "iPod Touch 3G"
    case "iPod4,1": devSpec = "iPod Touch 4G"
    case "iPod5,1": devSpec = "iPod Touch 5G"
    case "iPad1,1": devSpec = "iPad"
    case "iPad2,1": devSpec = "iPad 2 (WiFi)"
    case "iPad2,2": devSpec = "iPad 2 (GSM)"
    case "iPad2,3": devSpec = "iPad 2 (CDMA)"
    case "iPad2,4": devSpec = "iPad 2 (WiFi)"
    case "iPad2,5": devSpec = "iPad Mini (WiFi)"
    case "iPad2,6": devSpec = "iPad Mini (GSM)"
    case "iPad2,7": devSpec = "iPad Mini (GSM+CDMA)"
    case "iPad3,1": devSpec = "iPad 3 (WiFi)"
    case "iPad3,2": devSpec = "iPad 3 (GSM+CDMA)"
    case "iPad3,3": devSpec = "iPad 3 (GSM)"
    case "iPad3,4": devSpec = "iPad 4 (WiFi)"
    case "iPad3,5": devSpec = "iPad 4 (GSM)"
    case "iPad3,6": devSpec = "iPad 4 (GSM+CDMA)"
    case "iPad4,1": devSpec = "iPad Air (WiFi)"
    case "iPad4,2": devSpec = "iPad Air (Cellular)"
    case "iPad4,4": devSpec = "iPad mini 2G (WiFi)"
    case "iPad4,5": devSpec = "iPad mini 2G (Cellular)"

    case "iPad4,7": devSpec = "iPad mini 3 (WiFi)"
    case "iPad4,8": devSpec = "iPad mini 3 (Cellular)"
    case "iPad4,9": devSpec = "iPad mini 3 (China Model)"

    case "iPad5,3": devSpec = "iPad Air 2 (WiFi)"
    case "iPad5,4": devSpec = "iPad Air 2 (Cellular)"

    case "i386": devSpec = "Simulator"
    case "x86_64": devSpec = "Simulator"

    default: devSpec = "Unknown"
    }

    return devSpec
}

struct utsname systemInfo;
uname(&systemInfo);

NSString* deviceModel = [NSString stringWithCString:systemInfo.machine
                          encoding:NSUTF8StringEncoding];

var platform: String? {
    var systemInfo = utsname()
    uname(&systemInfo)
    return withUnsafeMutablePointer(&systemInfo.machine) { ptr in String.fromCString(UnsafePointer<CChar>(ptr)) }
}




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