As you know, iOS 16 has just been officially released a couple of days ago, so millions of users around the world have been downloading it. Well, according to figures, this new Apple operating system is more popular than the previous one.
The analysis firm Mixpanel is keeping track of the adoption of the new operating system on iPhones around the world. According to its numbers, during the first 24 hours of availability, iOS 16% became adopted by 6.71% of the total user base, slightly surpassing the 6.48% that iOS 15 obtained in the same period when it was released. Interestingly, iOS 14 had an even better adoption, as it was installed by 9.22% of users on its first day.
Obviously, the update rate has to do with the excitement that users feel about trying new features. In this regard, iOS 14 completely redesigned the control center, the main screen, added widgets, so people rushed to update. On the other hand, iOS 15 was a relatively minor update, focused on improving user interaction in times of pandemic. iOS 16 offers some more substantial changes, especially in the aspect of notifications and the new Dynamic Island.