Apple has revealed that its latest update iOS 10 is now installed on 76 per cent of active iOS devices which include iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, according to the new numbers posted on the Apple’s App Store support page for developers. This is an increase of 13 per cent since the chart was updated in late November.
The chart also shows that 18 per cent of the devices are running iOS 9, while only six per cent of devices comes with loaded with iOS 8 or earlier. The Cupertino giant has earlier said that the iOS 10 had the highest adoption rate ever of any release.
To recall, the company rolled out iOS 10 on September 13, 2016, and had termed it as one of the biggest releases ever. The latest update brings a host of new features including revamped iMessages, Maps and Music apps. The company recently pushed the iOS 10.2 update which comes with a new SOS feature, aligning with the government’s new mandate, 100 new Unicode 9.0 emojis and some bug fixes.
The company is also working on iOS 10.3 update and as per multiple reports, the latest update will bring a Theatre Mode ‘ which will be just a tap away with a Popcorn shaped icon placed in the Control Centre. The new mode is reported to dim the display on your iPhone and will mute audio and notifications as well.