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iOS 12 Now Installed on 49% iDevices, Overtaking iOS 11


Apple comes up with a new Operating System (iOS 12 this year) every year with an ultimate aim of the enhancing the user experience of the existing iOS users and trying to fix the bugs that the existing Bugs in the previous versions. Right after the launch of a new version, Apple starts developing and seeding the further versions to it’s registered developers to work on them, so as to constantly trying to improve the user experience.

Apple’s new iOS 12 installed on 49% devices, soon overtaking iOS 11

It’s been almost 2 weeks of time Apple has officially launched iOS 12 to the general public and as per the report from Mixpanel, 49% of the existing users have updated to iOS 12. Though Apple has not yet officially announced the number of installs of iOS 12 but MixPanel’s report stats so. Last year there was a little difference between the estimate report from MixPanel and the official report from Apple.

As of now there are 49.46% of the devices running iOS 12 and 42.72% devices yet running iOS 11. While 7.83% devices are yet running older versions of iOS on their devices. There are various reasons for people to update to iOS 12, major one being the performance improvement.

It’s not surprising that customers are choosing to install iOS 12 at a rapid pace due to the significant speed improvements introduced with the update. On older devices, performance enhancements can make iPhones andĀ iPads feel much faster.

iOS 12 Now Installed on 49% iDevices, Overtaking iOS 11

On the older iPhones, apps launch up to 40 percent faster and the keyboard appears up to 50 percent faster. Also, launching the Camera App right from the Lock Screen is 70% faster now.

iOS 12 has a few bugs, one of them being the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max not charging with the Screen Locked via the lightening cable. Though, this version of iOS is much stable than the iOS 11 launched last year.

But this is not a major concern, as Apple is trying to fix the issue with help of a software update in the upcoming iOS 12.1. Let us know in the comments below, are you using iOS 12 or yet running iOS 11?

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Punit Khatrihttps://ideviceguide.com
Founder and Editor-in-Chief. Punit is an Apple fan boy who loves to cover all news related to Apple and it's latest devices. Constantly trying to help the general public by sharing content that makes it simple and easy for them to understand the latest technology and the updates around.


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