By Jaime Rivera | January 27, 2014 2:11 PM
As much as we know that lot’s of you celebrated the launch of iOS 7, that didn’t include all of us. Aside from its clear aesthetic differences to iOS 6, it has proven to be less stable and more polarizing as well. Still, one of the advantages of being an iPhone or iPad user is that you don’t have to beg your carrier or OEM for updates, and if you were wondering how many people are actually using iOS 7, the news are in.
Just four months after the launch of Apple’s new mobile operating system, the company has now posted an 80% adoption of the platform, leaving 17% to iOS 6 and 3% to any other version earlier. Keep in mind that any device before the iPhone 4 doesn’t have access to iOS 7, and in that same realm, any user that jailbroke iOS 6 is most likely wanting to play it safe.
It’s hard not to praise Apple for the way it keeps current devices up to date, and specially when compared to Android and Windows Phone. Let’s just hope that iOS 7.1 fixes everything we’re annoyed about.