iOS 8.4 matches Android KitKat, Jelly Bean adoption

Right after the launch of Apple iOS 8 we witnessed a steady adaptation toward the new Apple operating system. Users turned to the new iOS 8 as it offered the demanding features alongside the launch of Apple’s amazing iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. But fresh statistics revealed by Apple show a flat adaptation rate of the iOS 8 at 84 percent.

The report suggest that about 84 percent of its iPhone, iPad and iPod users have upgraded to the iOS 8 by beginning of July and the adaptation has than recorded statistics. Appleā€™s details shows that the adaptation has not increased in percentage. The new Apple devices with iOS along with the iOS 8 update on previous version is seem not enough to increase the rate any farther.

But there are some other interesting findings discussed by analysts about the adaptation of iOS 8. According to reports the recently launched updated iOS 8.4 version has gained much momentum in its week-long experience in the market. About 40 percent of iOS usage last week was contributed by the iOS 8.4. Alongside the 84 percent share of iOS 8 recorded in previous weeks, iOS 7 stood at 14 percent with two percent of earlier versions.

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The outstanding performance of iOS 8.4 with forty percent share in is expected to bring customers toward the iOS 8 to move the adaptation rate forward. Many people are seemed appreciating the features included in the iOS 8. Alongside the other features the Apple Music gained attracted more users as it has been among the most demanding features promised on the iOS 8.4.

The iOS 8.4 is now just a week old but its adaptation rate has crossed widely used versions of Android OS including the Android KitKat and Jelly bean. The iOS 8.4 made its way to up to the mark against both Android versions which have been there for over two years.

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