iOS 16 users are adopting iOS 15 faster than iOS 15

iOS 16 users are adopting iOS 15 faster than iOS 15 ...

Apple has given iOS 16 to all users, but they seem more interested in upgrading to this operating system now than previously, when iOS 15 was finally available. Even with less devices that are supported the latest operating system, no iPod touch will enable it, so iOS users are more willing to download it.

Mixpanel has collected data from the publisher. According to this product analytic technique, iOS 16 made people more eager to update than iOS 15. Interestingly enough, iOS 14 has the highest download rate of recent releases.

According to a survey, iOS 16 has been downloaded by 6.71% of users after 24 hours of availability, compared to iOS 15 being downloaded by 6.48% during the first day. Both updates follow iOS 14, which was downloaded by 5.22% of users on its first day of availability.

Three days after their original releases, iOS 16 currently has 4.6 percent of adoption, with iOS 15 9.68 percent, and iOS 14, 14.68 percent.

It may be a few reasons why iOS 14 is still reorganizing over these previous operating systems. For example, iOS 14 introduced the Home Screen as a way to help you customize it for the first time. At the same time, apps that might be beneficial to you, as your iPhone, might look different than what Apple would wish for the first time.

iOS 15, on the other hand, was more of a pandemic update, as it added several new features for FaceTime, Messages, Notifications, and a new Focus Mode that aided users to concentrate on what they wanted depending on the day. These weren''t catchy updates, as they didn''t change how the iPhone looked at its core.

iOS 16, for example, has a revamped Lock Screen, which may be the reason why users were really interested in changing the appearance of the Lock Screen.

Here, you may look at the adoption rate of iOS 16 here, iOS 15 here, and iOS 14 here.

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