Just a week ago, Apple released to the general public the new major version of its mobile operating system, iOS 11. Available on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, the firmware, which comes with many new features, has apparently been well received by the apple community.
Based on data provided by Mixpanel, iOS 11 is now installed on approximately 25% of all active iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This means that the new OS has been adopted by a quarter of iDevices owners worldwide in just one week. The iOS 10 firmware, meanwhile, represents around 69% of the market, and older OSes are still installed on more than 6% of Apple smartphones, tablets and players.
However, if we compare these results with those obtained by iOS 10 at the same time last year, we notice a noticeable drop. Seven days after the release of iOS 10, the firmware was installed on 30% of Apple devices. This 5% difference can be explained by the various slowdown problems encountered by iPhone 6 users, who probably warned their loved ones. Have you upgraded to iOS 11?