Nearly 60% of Apple iOS devices running iOS 15: Report

Apple unveiled the new version of its operating system, iOS 15, in June this year. Apple iOS 15, 80 days after its public release, has reached 60 percent of iOS devices. Charts from data analytics company Mixpanel show that nearly 58 percent of all iOS devices are running iOS 15. About 36 percent of the devices are running on iOS 14. Not only this, 4.58 percent of iOS devices are running on an even older version. It is clear from the report that most of Apple’s devices are currently running on its latest operating system.

Earlier data reported till June 3, 2021, it was told that about 85 percent of the devices are running on iOS 14.

FaceTime on both iPhone and iPad with iOS 15 has been upgraded to Facetime and Messages. FaceTime supports spatial audio and reduces background noise. Apart from this, people can join FaceTime calls through share link on web and Android.

The report says that due to the dedicated tabs in the News, Music, TV and Podcasts apps, it will be easier to track the things shared by friends and family in Messages.

Changes have also been made in the notification. Users will have more control over push alerts. Not only this, notifications have been given big icons for apps with a new and fresh look. This makes it easier to identify apps. The new Notification Summary can be customized as per convenience so as to prevent unwanted notifications from coming all the time. With this, users will not miss the messages sent by people because it is for those apps that keep sending updates from time to time.

On the iPad, Quick Notes is now a system-wide feature. It can be accessed by swiping down on the ride side. A Translate app is also provided in iPadOS 15 so that people can practice handwriting through Apple Pencil and work in Split View. Auto translate detects when you are speaking and in which language.