It has been revealed how much of the iOS 15 operating system has been included in the total number of iOS installed devices since its release.
Apple unveiled iPhones’ new operating system, iOS 15, at its WWDC21 conference in June. With the new update, FaceTime calls previously available on iOS and Mac devices have also started to support the Android and Windows ecosystem. In addition, innovations that make everyday life easier, such as Notification Summary, OCR scanning, SharePlay, which combine low priority notifications, have also entered the lives of Apple users.
iOS 15 has increased significantly in the rate of installation
Data analytics company Mixpanel has announced the adoption rate of the iOS 15 operating system. As of December 9, 2021, approximately 60 percent of total iOS devices worldwide were running iOS 15. Mixpanel has done the same research for iOS 14 before. That report found that iOS 15 was adopted more slowly by users than iOS 14.
According to new research from the renowned analytics company, 36.99 percent of devices with iOS operating system are running iOS 14. While 58.21 percent had iOS 15; Older iOS versions are 4.80 percent used, according to Mixpanel’s chart.
Also, according to Mixpanel, iOS 15 had a 39 percent upload rate on November 10, 2021. iOS 15, which climbed to 49 percent when the date showed December 1st, continued its rise day by day. In the end, he managed to see 60 percent.
Of course, it’s no surprise that the use of iOS 14 has fallen in direct proportion. The operating system, which had a 56 percent load rate on November 10, was going head-to-head with iOS 15, despite dropping to 46 percent on December 1. However, the gap between the two versions has widened. Currently, iOS 14 appears to work on 36 percent of total iOS devices worldwide.