Last week Apple released their new iOS 9 OS for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, after 24 hours iOS 9 adoption was sitting at around 20 percent.
Now according to the latest data from Mixpanel, iOS 9 adoption is now at 36 percent, this is the figure after iOS has been available for about five days.
iOS 9 brings a wide range of new features to Apple’s devices, including split screen multi-tasking to certain models of the Apple iPad.
It will be interesting to see where the adoption of Apple’s mobile OS is at after a week, the software was released last Wednesday.
There have been a couple of issues reported with the latest release of Apple’s software, with some people being stuck on the ‘Slide to upgrade’ screen on their device, this has forced them to have to reset the handset complete and update again.
Updated 21st September 13.55 BST
Apple has now confirmed that their iOS 9 adoption is now sitting at 50%, the news was revealed with release details of the new iPhone 6S fro this Friday.
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