In a few weeks, the iOS 10 be in our hands. Many will install it right when they leave (not to mention those who are already running betas), but many prefer to wait for some updates to avoid headaches.
Apple has on its website a page on which it shows the adoption of iOS according to its main official versions. The last time we brought this data here was in mid-January, when iOS 9 was already at 75% and all iGadgets.
Now, the thing is like this:
The graph, updated by Apple last Monday (8/15), shows that iOS 9 is now in 87% from all iPads, iPhones and iPods touch. IOS 8 gets 10% and the rest, 3%. Obviously, in this official data, the company does not include users who are testing beta versions.
Among visitors to the MacMagazine, according to data obtained by Google Analytics, iOS 9 is now at 81%, iOS 10 at 14% and the rest at 5%.