Apple’s iOS 13 has been launched internationally on 19th September 2019. The company has already said it has been accepted by about 50 percent of iOS users. As a matter of fact, Apple said the estimate of 50 percent had arrived just 26 days after iOS 13 was introduced.
The advanced features inbuilt in iOS 13 are the new look for iPhone with Dark Mode, a new way of brows and edit photos and secure new way to sign in to apps and websites. iOS 13 faster in the response to app launch, reduce app download size and make face ID even faster.
Even though iOS 12 took 23 days to reach 50% user base but if you only count iPhones purchased over the past four years then iOS 13 adoptions ends to 55 percent. Besides that, the current users of iOS 12 are 41 million while the others run a version below that. Talking of iPadOS, with 33% of all iPads running the new OS, the figures were slightly lower and 41% of the older iPads use iPadOS.
These figures are in sharp distinction in the Android world, where hardware and software like Apple do not have such extensive cohesiveness. In fact, Google has completely stopped publishing results on how many devices are running on the latest version of Android. Last we heard was when Google posted the results in May and even after a year of release of Android 9, it was run by only 10.4 percent of all Android devices across the world. Back then, Android 8.0 Oreo was the most dominant version with 27% of all devices. Devices started running versions of Android all the way back to Lollipop which came out almost 6 years ago.