Apple has posted some information on its website showing the number of iPhones operating on iOS 13, before the official launch of the next generation iOS version - iOS 14 at the WWDC 2020 conference. June 22. At the same time, it shows a big contrast between the two platforms iOS and Android, which is the number of devices that installed the latest operating system version.

Specifically, according to the data that Apple just published, up to 92% of iPhone devices introduced in the past four years are running on iOS 13 platform, only 7% are running iOS 12 and 2% are using iOS 11. At the same time, up to 81% of iPhones all around the world are active on iOS 13 while 13% are running iOS 12 and 6% are using iOS 11.

However, this figure is completely opposite compared to Android rivals, when in another statistic, only 8.2 % of Android smartphones are running on the latest public build of the platform, Android 10.

Last year, Apple introduced a dedicated iPad operating system called iPadOS. And according to data Apple just released, 93% of iPads introduced in the last four years have installed iPadOS, 5% of which are running on iOS 12 and only 1% are using iOS 11. And for the whole iPad devices in the world, 73% run on iPadOS, 16% depend on iOS 12 and 11% are using iOS 11.

This data was collected by Apple on June 17 and based on iPhone and iPad models. Accessed from the App Store. This is similar to the way Google calculates the number of devices using its Android platform.

At the end of January, ‌iOS 13‌ was installed on 77% of iPhones releasedin the past four years and 79% of the Pad has been released in the last four years using iPadOS. This data shows that within the first half of 2020, Apple's iOS 13 is on the rise in the number of devices used, showing how successful the platform is.

Apple will introduce OSiOS 14‌ on June 22 at WWDC 2020, according to some rumors that Apple is expected to give up iOS name and call this operating system iPhoneOS again. From 2007-2009, Apple called its operating system iPhoneOS and changed its name to iOS in 2010. When the new iOS 14 release‌, Apple will focus less on ‌iOS 13‌ and only add features and fix bugs. for new updates.


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