This is a Info icon. We've made it in iOS style, first introduced in iOS version 7 and supported in all later releases up until now (at least iOS 11). This style is based on thin two-pixel lines and is optimized for 50x50 px. Unlike other vector icon packs that have merely hundreds of icons, this icon pack contains 12,300 icons, all in the same style and quality.
This icon is yours to download for the low price of free. Free stuff is great, but only if it’s got a value, otherwise it’s just junk—and this icon sure isn’t junk! This Info icon is so convincing it literally forces people to be informed about something.
Look at that. Simply by observing this fantastic streamlined Info icon alongside some personal trivia, you’ve been informed.
How much does something like this cost?
It’s free. Please don’t ask me again.
Usage Story of Info Icon
These days, asking any kind of question to an actual person might seem strange to anyone with a smartphone, i.e. everyone. Browsing through an encyclopedia to find answers sounds very much like the work of an archaeologist. Encyclopedias in today’s setting are basically “material remains of the human past,” as evidenced by the amount of dust they’ve gathered over the last two decades. Even the almanac, encyclopedia’s much cooler, younger cousin, suffered the same tragic fate in the recent years.
Every information you ever want to know about is already online, probably even the answers to your deepest, darkest questions. Information is literally milliseconds away—at the same speed of a blink of an eye.
Information is commonly denoted by the lowercase letter I, with some variations on the image behind the letter I.
For more specific and unique purposes, there are other info symbols within reach:
Online support gal
And the best thing about looking for information online? It won’t judge you for your dumb questions. Just don’t read the comments section, ever.