iOS 10 is now on 76% of active devices
One of Apple’s biggest advantages to Google’s mobile device ecosystem is its ability to deliver updates to its users regularly and quickly. After the announcement of the latest iPhone models, a significant part of the current iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models are getting the latest iOS version. The relevant update is automatically downloaded by the Cupertino based company. This makes it easier for users to migrate to the new version. This did not change in the latest iOS version as iOS 10 managed to reach 76 percent of Apple devices.
Having iOS 10 installed in the vast majority of Apple’s active mobile devices within four months deserves to be described as an impressive performance. Last year’s iOS 9 is still in existence at 18 percent of active devices. The total usage rate of older iOS versions was 6 percent.
Fast and large-scale adaptation, no doubt, is good news for the Cupertino based company. In this way, both users are enjoying new features and developers spend less time preparing seamless applications.
However, new operating systems can sometimes be a problem for users. A group of iPhone 6s users are experiencing battery-related issues after iOS 10 update. It is known that this problem occurred after the update, although it is not certain that it originated from the hardware without the software. So it’s no surprise that iPhone 6s owners blame the new iOS version for the hassles they are experiencing.