iOS 11 is now installed on 65% of compatible devices - NewCydiaTweaks


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Sunday, January 21, 2018

iOS 11 is now installed on 65% of compatible devices

Apple today updated the adoption rate of iOS 11, which is public for all developers. From Cupertino has been announced that the latest version of its operating system is already 65% ​​of devices that were connected to the App Store on January 18, 2018. This rate is well below that had iOS 10 at this time, due to the big performance problems that the latest version of Apple's operating system has brought.

iOS 11, an update that causes fear

The graph that we have found in this document of support for developers, you can see below, also showing the percentage of devices that have other versions of iOS.
You can see in this graph of Apple itself that iOS 11 is in 65% of the devices, iOS 10 in 28% and a previous version to these two in 7% of the devices. All this is based on the entries in the App Store on June 18 as we see at the foot of the image.
If we compare it with the adoption rate that had iOS 10 last year we see that the latest version of iOS is not having a good reception, since at the beginning of January 2017 iOS 10 was installed in 76% of the devices. 
We see that the speed of growth is very low, and now we are obviously wondering why it is so? Basically the reason lies in the " fear " that some users have to upload the version because the performance problems have been more than sounded since we could start to see iOS 11, something that Apple must learn in the face of iOS 12 that will be presented in a few months.
In the higher versions the lag has been reduced considerably, and as you already know in  we always recommend being in the latest version of the operating system basically so you are safe. The security patches that are added and that we do not know for obvious reasons are basic to be able to navigate and use our device in a safe way, reducing notably that any smartass can get into it.

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