Currently, iOS 15 is installed on 90% of iPhones according to new data revealed.
We’re only days away from seeing iOS 16 in action, which means time for iOS 15 is running out. And according to the data shared by Mixed panelthe The estimated adoption rate of iOS 15 is very close to 90%. We have about 8-10% on iOS 14, while the rest of users are on older versions, probably with devices that cannot be updated.
According to Mixpanel, right now iOS 15 has an estimated adoption rate of 88.9%, an increase of nearly 10% over data from just a few weeks ago. Mixpanel’s data is based on visits to apps and websites that use its mobile analytics SDK. So these may not be exact numbers. The latest Apple data shared in January indicated that 72% of iPhones released in the past four years were already running iOS 15.
iOS 15 reaches its maximum market share at the gates of knowing iOS 16
The comparison with Android in this section is incredibly embarrassing for Google’s operating system, the latest version of which is still does not reach 7% share despite taking almost the same time as iOS 15 to market.
And in a few days, we’ll get to know iOS 16 first hand, although the system won’t officially launch until September. This will be precisely when iOS 15 will likely achieve its highest market share, easily surpassing 90% share. And if the news comes true, iOS 16 is likely to improve iOS 15 adoption rates
iOS 15 got slower adoption rate Compared to iOS 14, partly because it was a relatively smaller update, iOS 14 debuted with widgets and a few early bugs. However, iOS 16 is expected to arrive with significant improvements that all users will probably want to try as soon as possible and decide to install the system as soon as it is released.
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