Last month, Apple seeded the latest iOS 7.0.6 update to iOS devices that fixed a major security flaw related to SSL verification. The security appeared to be an urgent one that required a quick fix, and Apple had to release it before they are done with the iOS 7.1.
According to a new report, iOS 7.0.6 adoption rose to over 50 percent especially after they fixed the major security flaw.
The report comes from OnSwipe, who says the global adoption for iOS 7.0.6 rose from 10 percents to over 50 percent. The report is based on traffic from iOS devices. The adoption rate rose from 10 percent on February 22nd to 30 percent on February 26th, and it crossed 50 percent on March 3rd. Onswipe’s data covers only 17.7 million across the globe which is just a small number compared to all the iOS devices available in the market.
It’s still good to see a good adoption rate for latetst iOS 7.0.6. Apple is also working on iOS 7.1 and is expected to roll out as early as next week before the iTunes festival kicks off. The latest update brings several improvements and features to the OS, including some UI changes, bug fixes and more.
We’ll update you as soon as Apple begins the roll out process.
Source: Onswipe, CNETFiled Under: Apple, Top News