Apple announced that iOS is running on 65 percent of the devices.
After reaching the 59 percent share of all active iOS devices in December, the latest version of the mobile operating system is now on 65% of the devices, according to a new publication by Apple. There’s a 6 percent increase for a month, which is probably thanks to the newly activated iPhone X and 8, as well as users who purchased older models like the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.
The company says that iOS 10 is still on 28 percent of the devices, but this share will continue to go down in the coming months. At the same time, iOS 9 or older version is still installed on 7 percent.
We’ve reported in October and November that despite the good growth, the iOS 11 adoption rate is lagging behind iOS 10 for the same period of time in 2016. The company released a few updates for iOS 11 in the months following September, and the latest version fixed the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities in January.
Apple is preparing an update for this week with version number 11.2.5 that will fix the freezing Messaging app when sending or receiving a web link .