Compare this with the fact that the Android Nougat is installed only on 16% of devices, after one year since its release and you’ll notice how big the gab is between the two platforms. Check out the screenshot uploaded below from Mixpanel.com and notice how the iOS 11 adoption rate has steadily picked up from day 1 until the OS became 1-year old. Notice, that the 11th iOS generation was installed on over 1.5% of iPhones and iPads before it even premiered, showing that Apple has a good amount of volunteers willing to test and fine tune their OS.
iOS 11 Adoption Rate Analysis
Check the chart uploaded nearby and notice that iOS 11 was already installed on 25% of the available iPhones and iPads only one week since its roll out. iOS 10 was on the losing side of terminals, with older iOS version remaining stable at around 6% during the entire month.
On October 9, 20 days after it premiered, iOS 11 overtook iOS 10 in the preferences of iPhone and iPad owners scoring 47.09% to 46.81%. The difference continued to grow until today, 1 month after the release, when iOS 11 stands at %54.66, while iOS 10 is still installed on %39.07 of Apple smartphone and tablet terminals.
iOS 11 History
iOS 11 GM – September 12: Golden Master version seeded by Apple to Public and Developer beta testers.
iOS 11.0 – September 19 the official release with numerous new features!
iOS 11.0.1 – September 26 release fixes exchange e-mail server bug.
iOS 11.0.2 – October 3 release to fix crackling sound during calls for iPhone 8 and 8 Plus owners.
iOS 11.0.3 – October 11 release with haptic feedback fix and unresponsive display solution.