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System information that remains constant throughout the lifetime of your app.
Returns expo, standalone, or guest. If expo, the experience is running inside of the Expo client. If standalone, it is a standalone app. If guest, it has been opened through a link from a standalone app.
The version string of the Expo client currently running.
An identifier that is unique to this particular device and installation of the Expo client.
Gets the user agent string which would be included in requests sent by a web view running on this device. This is probably not the same user agent you might be providing in your JS fetch requests.
true if the app is running on a device, false if running in a simulator or emulator.
The build number specified in the embedded Info.plist value for CFBundleVersion in this app.
In a standalone app, you can set this with the ios.buildNumber value in app.json. This
may differ from the value in Expo.Constants.manifest.ios.buildNumber because the manifest
can be updated over the air, whereas this value will never change for a given native binary.
The Apple internal model identifier for this device, e.g. iPhone1,1.
The human-readable model name of this device, e.g. iPhone 7 Plus.
The user interface idiom of this device, i.e. whether the app is running on an iPhone or an iPad. Current supported values are handset and tablet. Apple TV and CarPlay will show up as unsupported.
The version of iOS running on this device, e.g. 10.3.
The version code set by android.versionCode in app.json.
A string that is unique to the current session of your app. It is different across apps and across multiple launches of the same app.
The default status bar height for the device. Does not factor in changes when location tracking is in use or a phone call is active.
A list of the system font names available on the current device.