iOS 14 has been a fan favorite since the moment it made its very debut in 2020 due to many new features and customization options. Apple also made it secure with increased privacy options.
As per the data from Mixpanel, the adoption rate for iOS 14 among the users has reached 90 percent for compatible devices. Last December, this share stood at 81 percent.
It means that more people have shown interest in the latest version of Apple’s operating system.
Mixpanel is an analyst firm that recently came up with its report saying that more than 90 percent of iPhones and iPads are now running the current OS.
It’s been only less than seven months since iOS 14 initially came out.
On the other hand, just 5.07 percent of Apple users are on iOS 13, while 4.48 percent are still on iOS 12.
It implies that the current OS’s popularity has only escalated since it was first unveiled in 2020’s WWDC. And there’s a simple reason for that.
The introduction of revolutionary features and enhanced privacy settings influenced many users to make their minds ready for an update.
There are constantly new options and tweaks getting added to the software with new betas and public versions.
iPhone owners can now also change the look and theme of their phones. It wasn’t possible before.
Currently, there’s a lot of anticipation for the upcoming iOS 14.5 update, rumored to be released soon.
Meanwhile, the California tech giant is working on its next line-up for 2021.
Due to several issues, the company didn’t release the last year.
Then there is the WWDC in June, which will prove to be huge for tech enthusiasts. Its main highlight will be the iOS 15 software version. Just like iOS 14, it’s speculated to come up with even more privacy-based features.
However, all eyes will be on the next generation of iPhones.
What are your thoughts on all the future reveals from Apple? Are you hyped for the next line-up of its products?
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