After just 24 hours since Apple released iOS 9 update to the public, it has already received 12.5% adoption. This number is on track with iOS 8’s adoption rate when it was first released last year.
The report is given by Mixpanel, who has a website with live updates with various iOS version adoption. The latest report at the time of writing is for 12pm, whereby iOS 9 is already powering 18.11% of iOS devices. The report is generated from almost 7 billion records. iOS 8 has steadily been dropping, with 75.67%, and older iOS devices are powering 6.21% of iOS devices.
iOS 9 was first unveiled by Apple back in WWDC about three months back, and is finally available for download starting yesterday. The update is supported on quite a number of iOS devices – iPhone 4s and above, iPad mini and above, iPad 2 and above, and 5th generation iPod touch. iOS 9 has quite a number of new features and tricks up its sleeves, so if you have just updated your devices and have no idea what to explore, check out our previous post to see the top 10 things to explore in iOS 9.
Have you updated your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to iOS 9 yet? If so, how do you like it so far?