Most iPhone Users are now using the latest software – iOS 14. Apple previously announced that around 81% of iPhones were running iOS 14, but now a new report from Mixpanel asserts that Introduction of iOS 14 passed 90%. This report takes into account the iPhones that have been introduced in the past four years. Apple introduced iOS 14 last September and within seven months over 90% of iPhone users were on it. Compared to Android, like most, this can be called the fastest rollout Android Users are still on Android 10 even after the Android 11 launch last year.
Apple is expected to roll out iOS 15 on June 2021 WWDC Developer conference. And before the iOS 15 launch, the majority of iPhone users will already be using the latest software, which will make it easier for Apple to get more users to quickly upgrade to iOS 15 when it actually arrives later this year.
Mixpanel Its report claimed that 5.07% of iPhone users are still using iOS 13 while the remaining 4.50% of users are using older versions of iOS.
Last year, before Apple released iOS 14, 92% of iPhones were already running on iOS 13. If you had to compare that to Google and Android OS Updates then Apple is still way ahead of the competition. Google has stopped publishing its Android sales numbers and has not done so for almost two years. But Android 11 – Google’s newest operating system version – doesn’t have the range of Apple’s operating system. This is also due to the fact that OEMs are relatively slow to update their smartphones to the latest operating system updates. Even if users want to upgrade to the latest version of Android, they’ll have to wait for it to be officially launched by brands.
Regarding the Android 11 user base, independent reports claim that Android 11 has around 25% adoption, but the majority are still using older Android 10 operating systems.