- iOS 13 now runs on 55 percent of iPhones launched in last 4 years
- Net adoption of iOS 13 stands at 50 percent on all iPhones
- iPadOS runs on 41 percent of iPads launched in last four years
Apple has revealed the adoption metrics of iOS 13 and iPadOS within a month following their public release via the stable channel. Apple claims that iOS 13’s adoption has reached the 50 percent mark on all active iPhone devices out there. The 50 percent adoption figure for iOS 13 has been achieved in less than a month since it became available. Moreover, Apple has also divulged that iPadOS – a fork of iOS tailored for iPad tablets – is now running on 33 percent of all iPad tablets launched so far.
The developer support page for the App Store has shared graphs representing the adoption rates of iOS 13 and iPadOS so far on all compatible devices, as well as those launched in the last four years separately. While iOS 13’s adoption rate has reached 50 percent, 41 percent of all active iPhone devices are stuck on iOS 12, while the rest 9 percent are running an even older build. As for the iPhone devices launched by Apple in the last four years – which include the iPhone 11 trio, the iPhone XS duo, iPhone X, iPhone XR, and the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 pair – 55 percent of them have been updated to iOS 13.