76% of Apple's mobile devices are now running iOS 10
Apple has released its latest iOS adoption numbers, revealing that the version 10 of its mobile operating system now powers 76% of compatible devices.
That's a rise of 13% compared to the last time these figures were released, which happened in November. In October, the adoption rate stood at 60%. Coming to other versions, iOS 9's share now stands at 18%, while earlier iOS versions claim just a 6% share.
The Cupertino-based company recently rolled out iOS version 10.2, which brought along a host of changes, including over 100 new emoji as well as new wallpapers and iMessage screen effects. A new TV app, as well as changes related to the Emergency SOS feature, Music app, and Camera app were included as well.
does this statistic include ios versions on ipad or it's only for iphone ? ipad 2 can't take ios10 release, it's stuck ios 9.3.5 release which is slow.
- 26 Jan 2017
its would actually be faster if you updated to ios 10, it is a lot more secure than ios 9. i would definently recoment it.
- 25 Jan 2017
I prefer iOS 9.3.5 in my iPhone 6s Plus after downgraded from iOS 10. It works great!
- 23 Jan 2017