Ahead of the iOS 16 release, a new report has claimed that tech giant Apple’s iOS 15 is now installed on 89 percent of iPhones introduced in the last four years, while 10 percent continue to run iOS 14. Also Read - Apple WWDC 2022: The 13-inch MacBook Pro might not launch tonight as expected
According to MacRumors, the tech giant updated its iOS 15 installation numbers for the first time in five months, giving us a clearer picture of just how many devices are running the latest update nine months after it launched. Also Read - Future Apple iPhones may officially upgrade to the USB Type-C: Here's why
Only one percent have an earlier version of iOS installed, the report said. Also Read - WWDC 2022 LIVE Updates: iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, MacOS 12, realityOS and more
When taking into account iPhones released more than four years ago, 82 percent of all devices are running iOS 15. Fourteen percent are running iOS 14, and 4 percent are running an earlier version of iOS.
Apple last updated its aCEiOS 15aCE installation numbers in January, and adoption rates have risen since then. Back in January, just 72 percent of iPhones introduced in the last four years were running iOS 15.
Since January, Apple has added multiple new features through iOS updates, including iOS 15.4, a major update that brought Face ID with Mask support, Universal Control, and new emojis.