iOS 13 is installed on 81% of all compatible iPhones
Apple on Friday released new iOS adoption statistics that indicate that iOS 13 is installed on 81% of all compatible iPhones.
The new figures on the Apple operating system were revealed today in an update to the Apple developer support page on the App Store.
This is before WWDC 2020, which also shows that iOS 13 is installed on 91% of iPhones launched in the past four years.
Based on the latest figures, only 7% of devices in the past four years and 13% of all supported devices are running the previous update to iOS 12.
Apple also said that 93% of iPads launched in the past four years are running iPadOS. The percentage of all iPads ever released is slightly lower than iPhones, with an adoption rate of 73%.
Apple’s figures were obtained from App Store visits recorded on June 17, 2020.
Like iOS 12, iOS 13 had a very fast adoption rate. As of October 2019, iOS 13 was running on 50% of all compatible devices, and 55% of devices launched in the previous four years.
Apple’s iOS 13 update was released alongside the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro updates in September 2019. It introduced new features such as Dark Mode and Apple Login, in addition to a renewed variant specific to the iPad.
Apple is due to release its iOS 14 operating system update on Monday, June 22, during the WWDC 2020 lecture.
Definitely Google should learn from Apple, but when you have so many manufacturers using Android and customizing their devices each in their own way, it is impossible to have that degree of fragmentation that Apple can deliver.
While Apple continues year after year, delivering top-of-the-line devices to an audience that advertising calls “select.” Android continues aiming to take the devices to the masses, always talking about digital inclusion, on the one hand this is great, on the other hand, it generates the manufacture of a series of low-cost devices with a processor that would not support the most current version of Android.
To give you an idea, Google even stopped publishing the list of Android versions installed on the devices currently in use. The latest information was published right in mid-April.
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