The last time we touched on this, in late February, the iOS 12 was installed on 80% of all devices.
Now, just over a month before iOS 13 was released, the twelfth version of Ma's mobile operating system hit 88% installed base.
How did Apple get to that number? According to the company, it reviews all iPhones, iPads and iPods touch that access the App Store this last measurement was taken on August 6.
Comparatively, in the same period last year, iOS 11 was installed on 85% of devices ie Apple is managing to improve its pace of distribution of new versions of iOS.
Another metric that Ma has come to adopt from time to time considering only the devices launched in the last four years. In this review, we reached 90% of devices running iOS 12.
J in the world AndroidWe know that things work very differently because of the limitation that Google has to release upgrades to handsets from partner manufacturers. Still, it's worth a quick look.
The version of the system equivalent to iOS 12 is Android Pie (version 9), which is currently installed on 10.4% of smartphones; In the previous version, Android Oreo (8.0 and 8.1) has a base of 28.3%.
Among the readers of MacMagazine, iOS 12 also represents exactly 88%; Already iOS 13 beta, which Apple does not exclude from its metrics, here represents 5.8%. ?