Three months after the previous count, Apple updated the adoption rate of iOS 14 according to the App Store statements on June 3, 2021. iOS 14 has logically strengthened its presence on devices in circulation, with now 90 % adoption on iPhone models less than four years old, and 85% on all operating devices. As for the iPad, adoption climbs to 91% on tablets less than four years old, and to 79% on all models still in circulation. We can see that 12% of iPads are equipped with a system older than iPadOS 13, compared to 7% for iPhones that have not passed iOS 13, a sign that users are more likely to keep old models of iPad than ‘iPhone.
This new milestone is the last before the arrival of iOS 15, which could well fold the cards since it could leave some old models aside, including the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone Original SE, the iPad mini 4, the iPad Air 2 and the iPad 5. The new features of this next major update of iOS and iPadOS will be presented on Monday, June 7 during WWDC 2021. The release is scheduled for September.
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