Published: Sat, October 19, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Apple's iOS 13 now on 50% of devices

Apple's iOS 13 now on 50% of devices

IOS 13, from 13.0 to the latest 13.1.3, are reported to be running on 50% of all iPhones now used in the wild.

In a post aimed at app developers, Apple has revealed information about the scale of adoption based on visitors to the App Store. The figures are better when looking at iPad devices introduced within the last four years: 41 percent are using iPadOS, 51 percent are using iOS 12, and just 8 percent are on an earlier OS.

It looks like we might get iOS 13.2 as a public release as soon as the end of October or in the first week of November.

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iOS 13.2 adds the ability to opt out of Siri recordings and switch between video recording resolutions on the iPhone 11 within the camera app.

The company has already released four updates to iOS 13 since the initial release, iOS 13.1, iOS 13.1.1, iOS 13.1.2, and iOS 13.1.3 with various bug fixes along with performance improvements. 38 per of these devices are still running iOS 12 and 7 per cent are still earlier versions. The latest update - iOS 13.1.3 - is seemingly created to fix a number of these complaints. More than a month later and even after giving some OEMs a head start, Android 10 is still only on a fraction of devices. Apple says 41% of iPads made in the last four years are running iPadOS, while 33% of all active iPads are running the new iPad operating system.

These figures happen to be in stark contrast in the Android world where there is not such an extensive cohesiveness between hardware and software like Apple.

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