Now that it’s been almost a week (5 days to be precise) since Apple officially released iOS 9 to the public, how well is it doing? According to the Cupertino company, it is the “fastest iOS adoption ever”, powering over 50% of devices now.
According to reports from Mixpanel, who has a live website about iOS adoption, 24 hours after Apple released iOS 9 to the public, it hit 12.5%. The latest update at 12pm shows that iOS 9 has already reached 40.09% adoption, while iOS 8 and older iOS versions are powering 53.81% and 6.11% of devices respectively. However, it looks like things are more optimistic in Apple’s official report.
In the latest press release announcing that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will be available this Friday, 25 September 2015, Apple also unveiled that iOS 9 is off to an amazing start, and is “downloaded by more users than any other software release in Apple’s history”, with “more than 50% of devices already using iOS 9.
Meanwhile, for those of you who have an Apple Watch, do check for an update because Apple has finally released watchOS 2 to the public. The watch operating system was scheduled to be released on 16 September 2015, but was delayed by Apple. The update brings a whole lot more functionality to the Apple Watch including Complications, custom watch faces, improvements to Siri, and a whole lot more. Check out our previous post for more information about watchOS 2