On 19th June 2020, Apple updated its iOS version statistics, apart from revealing that 81% of all iPhone/iPod touch-devices presently run iOS 13; while 73% of iPads now run iPadOS.
Apple’s official website states that 92% of iPhones launched in the past 4 years run iOS 13, while 7% still run iOS 12, and barely 2% are running older versions.
Taking into consideration the total iPhone/iPod touch-models shipped till date:
81% of devices are running iOS 13
13% of devices are running iOS 12
6% of devices are running earlier iOS versions.
Since the iPadOS was launched in 2019, Apple has mentioned the separate adoption numbers for its Operating System. According to the manufacturer,
93% of all iPad devices within the last 4 years are running iPadOS 13
5% are running iOS 12
1% are running a previous iOS version.
73% of all iPad devices are running iPadOS 13 16% are running on iOS 12
11% are running on earlier iOS versions.
Apple’s usage data is calculated by totaling the App Store visits, as of 17 June 2020. The time-frame of 4 years is supposed to avoid devices that cannot update to the latest iOS versions, thereby decreasing the adoption percentages.
This data has been released before the upcoming WWDC 2020, where Apple will introduce iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. The event is scheduled to take place on Monday, 22 June 2020, beginning with a special opening keynote.
Stay updated on iOSGuru.com for more details soon!