iOS 13 Now Powers 70% Of All Devices; iPadOS 13 At 57%

Apple has today posted its second official stats for iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 adoption. According to them, iOS 13 is now installed on 77% of iPhones and iPod touch that are introduced in the last four years, while 79% of iPads from the past four years have upgraded to ‌iPadOS, a new operating system that is designed for the iPad platform.

In fact, Apple states that 70% of all iPhone and iPod touch devices are powered by iOS 13, while 23% are running iOS 12, with 7% of devices still stayed on an earlier version of iOS. As for iPadOS, 50% of all iPad devices are running the system, followed by 27% on iOS 12 and 16% on earlier releases.

Surprisingly, when compared to iOS 12, the entire user base of iOS 13 is pretty much the same as its predecessor, at 78%, though 12 have much higher percentage rate when it comes to installing base of the devices that are introduced in the last four years, 75% versus 70%

The major reason that people are updating to iOS 13 due to the fact that it brings the long-awaited Dark Mode to users, revamped Reminders app, Google Maps Street View-like Look Around feature in the Maps app, a new Sign with Apple option, an updated Photos app that added many editing tools, and much more.

Despite Apple promised iOS 13 would bring smoother experience, plenty of bugs still showed up from time to time, while Apple did a much better job in the iOS 12 cycles, where we hardly saw Cupertino so frequently rolling out as many as five updates in less than a month after the official release.

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