It’s been a month now since Apple rolled out iOS 11 to the public, and according to data collected by the analytics company Mixpanel, over 50 percent of iOS devices are running iOS 11.
After a slow adoption rate compared to iOS 10, Apple’s latest operating system is starting to steadily pick up. A week after iOS 11 was released, it was installed on 25 percent of devices and two weeks after that it was running on nearly 38 percent of devices. In its third week, iOS 11 adoption reached 47 percent and was able to overcome iOS 10. Since then, the gap between the two operating systems has grown and now 55 percent of devices are running iOS 11, while 39 percent of devices are running iOS 10 and around 6 percent of devices are running an older version of iOS.
In order to fix a few bugs, Apple has released three minor updates since the launch of the operating system. The most recent release iOS 11.0.3 addresses the issue with haptic feedback and the unresponsive display.
Apple is getting ready to roll out iOS 11.1 later this month which will include more emoji, bug fixes and it may feature Apple Pay Cash.
Source/Photo Credit: Mixpanel