NEW DELHI: Apple recently launched an iOS operating system 10 for all users has supported iPhone and iPad devices. And despite facing some initial disturbance, the level of early adoption of IOS 10 has recorded higher than IOS 9 in the same time frame.
As noted by the site Mixpanel, iOS 10 reached 14.45% of eligible devices in the first 24 hours of its release. By comparison, iOS 9 is in 12.60% of eligible devices within 24 hours of it being released for all users.
It is too early to guess when iOS 10 will be around 50% of all eligible devices. As per the website, the adoption rate of iOS 8 reaches 50% in one month, while iOS 9 struck the same place within 12 days.
We believe that the rate of adoption for iOS 10 would have been faster, had not encountered a bug related to the initial installation during launch.
For those not aware, iOS 10 is reported to have led to iPhones and iPads to freeze after they are updated with the latest OS, a few hours after it was released to the public. Some users take to Twitter and Facebook to vent their anger as a downloadable update to bring them to the factory reset their device, wiping all the data stored on the device. It was reported that during the installation process, the handset indicates an error prompts the user to plug the device (s) to PC and iTunes are used. On connecting, another cut error that reads, “There is a problem with the iPhone ‘iPhone’ that requires it to be updated or restored.”
However, Apple quickly dealt with this issue. “The problem was quickly resolved and we apologize to those customers. Anyone affected should connect to iTunes to complete the update or contact AppleCare for help, “he told the site Recode.