Five days after release, iOS 14 now runs on 25% of all the iPhone and iPad models that are supported including iPadOS 14. This has outpaced the previous iOS version 13 that was on 20% devices after the first week.
Home screen widgets are making more users upgrade to the latest iOS version. A couple of days ago, the hashtag #ios14homescreen was trending on Twitter and Instagram as well.
Other features like picture-in-picture can also be seen in a bunch of apps like YouTube and Apple TV. We wrote about how YouTube is restricting its PiP feature to only YouTube Premium subscribers. You can read it below.
The adoption rate is measured by mobile analytics company Mixpanel. The company measures iOS adoption based on visits to websites and apps that use its mobile analytics SDKs. So these are not official Apple figures, but they are usually accurate.
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