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I,

9th letter of the alphabetalphabet
[Gr. alpha-beta, like Eng. ABC], system of writing, theoretically having a one-for-one relation between character (or letter) and phoneme (see phonetics). Few alphabets have achieved the ideal exactness.
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. This vowel can be pronounced with a short vowel sound, as the ĭ in sit, or with a long vowel sound, like the ī in ride. The Greek correspondent is iota. J is a formal development from I. English is pronounced as a diphthong of ä and y. In chemistry I is the symbol of the element iodineiodine
[Gr.,=violet], nonmetallic chemical element; symbol I; at. no. 53; at. wt. 126.90447; m.p. 113.5°C;; b.p. 184.35°C;; sp. gr. 4.93 at 20°C;; valence −1, +1, +3, +5, or +7.
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i

(1) A prefix for technical terms that may connote Apple's iDevices (see definition #3 below), the Internet or information.

(2) See IBM i.

(3) A brand prefix on Apple's mobile products (iPod, iPhone, iPad), as well as third-party accessories; for example, Apple docks are called "i-docks." Sometimes, the "i" is used creatively such as "i-whatever" when referring to Apple devices. See iDevice.


"i" Products
iWalk and iLuv products are Apple-certified accessories. iClean is Monster Cable's brand of screen cleaner, and iHome speakers and earphones are made by SDI Technologies. For more information, visit www.iwalk.net, www.iluv.com, www.monstercable.com and www.ihomeaudio.com.


"i" Products
iWalk and iLuv products are Apple-certified accessories. iClean is Monster Cable's brand of screen cleaner, and iHome speakers and earphones are made by SDI Technologies. For more information, visit www.iwalk.net, www.iluv.com, www.monstercable.com and www.ihomeaudio.com.


"i" Products
iWalk and iLuv products are Apple-certified accessories. iClean is Monster Cable's brand of screen cleaner, and iHome speakers and earphones are made by SDI Technologies. For more information, visit www.iwalk.net, www.iluv.com, www.monstercable.com and www.ihomeaudio.com.
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