iOS 10 is now installed on 76 percent of all active iOS devices

February 24, 2017, 4:16 pm

   Apple(apple.com) released
iOSApple iOS is a proprietary mobile operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
10 nearly six months ago, and it is now running on 79 percent of active iOS devices.The Cupertino-based company updated its application Store Distribution page to show the OS distribution data of
App StoreAn app store (application store) is an online portal through which software programs are made available for procurement and download
visitors on Feb. 20 2017, split between iOS 10, iOS 9, and earlier iOS versions.The App Store Distribution page says that 79 percent or the majority of devices are now running iOS 10, followed by 16 percent running iOS 9, and 5 percent running earlier versions.The iOS 10 mobile operating system saw slightly slower adoption rate initially compared to its predecessor though it now evidently has some momentum.
AppleTechnology company
Insider points out that iOS 9 during the same period last year was running on 77 percent of active iOS devices which makes iOS 10 slightly improved in terms of adoption compared to its predecessor.To recall, iOS 10 was running on over 50 percent active iOS devices in less than a month behind its initial release.To refresh, iOS 10 brought heaps of improvements to the iMessage, Maps, Music, and Photos applications.Some of the other notable
featuresSpecial attraction
included new notification design, and the Control Center which also received a revamp.The latest OS sales data figures from
AppleTechnology company
reveals that iOS adoption has seen a boost thanks to tremendous sales of the
iPhonecellular phone made by Apple
7 and iPhone 7 Plus.Apple last month reported that during its holiday 2016 quarter sold 78.3 million iPhones - the most ever in a quarter - up five percent from the same holiday shopping period last year.
   
iOS 10 is now installed on 76 percent of all active iOS devices
Alternate Title: iOS 10 Running on 79 Percent of Active Devices Less Than Six Months After Launch
 
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