iOS 7 Adoption Increase 90% Ahead of WWDC

So we are just a few days away from Apple's worldwide developers conference (WWDC 2014) which is going to be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Firstly we seen "water" iOS 8 banners then a banner for OS X Yosemite. But it looks like that iOS 7 adoption is rising very high and approaching 90%, that's what statistics from Chitika Insights, relayed from PC Magazine.
The statics shows that 89.7% of iPhones and 84.8% of iPads are running the latest software version. Those numbers are based on the millions of devices that accessed the Chitika ad network between May 22 and May 28 in the United States and Canada.

iOS 6 usage continues to decline, now accounting for 8.8% of iPhone web traffic and 7.9% of iPad web traffic. Less than two percent of iPhones are running iOS 5 or older software versions, at least those being used to access the Chitika ad network. Meanwhile, 5.6% of iPads are still running iOS 5 and 1.7% have iOS 4 or earlier…
Apple has boasted strong adoption numbers for iOS software updates. As the company offers a unified hardware and software experience, there is much less fragmentation in the iOS ecosystem compared to Android. Apple has added the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display to its product lineup over the past year, however, so it will be interesting to see how fast iOS 8 is adopted.

We expect that the number of iOS 7 users will increase in these hours, what about you ?


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