Apple claims that 74 percent of all iOS-devices running on iOS 7




Apple claims that 74 percent of all iOS-devices running on iOS 7


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The seventh version of iOS has caused, and still causes a lot of controversy. For example, the editor in chief still refuses to be updated because of too many animations in the system. This author consistently gets questions from readers about how to “remove this color disgrace” and return iOS 6, where everything is familiar and works fast. However, the same percentage of people who clicked on iOS 7, growing inexorably. To date, three quarters of all iOS-users observe parallax effect and completely different colors of icons on their iPhone , iPad and iPod touch.

The blog for Apple developers were updated data regarding the percentage of iOS users 7 and older versions of the operating system. The figures at the moment is impressive – 74 percent of all users iOS-devices using the new iOS 7, only 22 per cent for some reason decided to stay on iOS 6, and 4% continue to use iOS 5 and older versions of the system.


But to claim that 74 percent of all users have moved on iOS 7 knowingly and willingly would be wrong. I personally met people more distant from understanding how the updates iOS, refreshed by accident, you can not even say for himself. And that is typical, many of them are quite unhappy that Apple decided to make radical changes in its mobile operating system. I quote:

Just look [iOS 7] repellent. That’s fair, if I saw the interface on the shelf in the store, then for what would not have bought.

So it’s worth noting that Apple is absolutely uninteresting, are you going to be updated or not. Your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch will automatically download the update files to the device and thus will take about a gigabyte of internal memory. If devices with 64 gigabytes of such a loss is not too noticeable, the 16 – and 8-gigabyte smartphones and tablets such decision will severely affect the amount of free memory.

In short, we can say that iOS 7 really made self-talk. And talk is not always in a positive way.



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