It seems that iOS 10 was received very well by the public as two weeks of release, about half of the users who have an iPhone, iPad or iPop Touch, have upgraded to the latest version of the operating system for mobile devices.
The rate of adoption of IOS 10 has reached 48.16% successfully surpassing iOS in September, according to data provided by the company that handles Mixpanel to keep track of the most popular mobile applications.
This suggests that iOS has surpassed 10 gradually iOS 9, the latter being present in 47.79% of iOS devices like iPhones, iPads, and iPods Touch, leaving relegated in last place to iOS 8 and previous generations with a presence of 4.06% (according to figures released by Mixpanel).
Since leaving iOS 10 approval numbers have been growing steadily and have almost the same rate as the rates of adoption of iOS 9 during the last year. One day after launch, iOS 10 is installed on 14.5% of devices and in less than a week after the launch of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the new version of the operating system was installed in 34% of the dispositives.
Despite the initial problems of iOS 10 uncertainties and certain atmosphere of mistrust that still surrounds it, it is likely to continue installing new and old devices, due to the attractive features offered, including a renewed application messages with stickers and a full App Store dedicated to the app.
Apart from this, iOS 10 is accompanied by an API Siri will be very useful for developers to integrate into their applications also are available a renewed experience of lock screen, change the music application and more.