Yes, that's true what graph shows is something which will be recovered by the iOS 11 in future. iOS 10 and 11 have very close competition. Whereas Android also has an improved version 7.1.1 Nougat. wondering if can have the same analysis for marshmallow and Nougat.
Thanks for sharing the good stuff.
Lex79, 14 Oct 2017I agree, I have owned and used many iOS devices over the years, and have never been one to ... moreI do agree with you, this is the first iOS version that I hate. I did upgrade as soon as it released and rolled back after a day. When 11.0.1 released again did an upgrade assuming all would be fine there on, but had to go back from 11.0.2 to back to 10.3.3. I was lucky enough to get back my 10.3.3 as downgrade to the same at present is allowing only to iphone 6s version and for the rest it is not possible any more officially. I don't have much hope for iOS11 and unless there is a drastic change , I am not planning to upgrade.
AnonD-696746, 13 Oct 2017Based on iphone accessing the app store.. PS: nearly 1 iphone user out of 2 dont use the ap... moreI don't get it! If you mean appstore on Mac, I would agree not many would use it, but on iPhone everyone would use Appstore as there is no choice to install app other than that.
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2017My battery issues fixed with 11.0.2 and now I'm in 11.0.3What iPhone are u using?
AnonD-306086, 13 Oct 2017This is the first iOS update where the bugs actually bother me. There are so many, Yet, I usua... moreI agree,
I have owned and used many iOS devices over the years, and have never been one to listen to the wait a few weeks before updating.....crowd. I always had a certain confidence in just downloading the latest version of the os.
Well not anymore, iOS 11 is in many respects broken. Apart from questionable ui aesthetics choices like that awful pull down the lock screen in place of a proper notification panel (which just looks tacky in practice), as well as the overly busy and often confusing action centre. iOS 11 has practically destroyed the battery life of my current iPad and my wifeÂ’s iPhone SE.
There are also memory issues that simply were not present in iOS 10, apps will frequently drop out of memory the moment you hit the home button. 2gb ram felt like more than you will ever need in iOS 10, in 11 it might as well be 500mb.
Also, anyone else getting the issue where the background does not always blur out when calling up action centre? If you have something like a busy webpage on screen and try to use action centre, at least half of the time you will end up with an absolute mess of screen, in which you can not see what it was you were originally trying to select.
Overall iOS 11 is the first version of the os I just do not like.
Oh and anyone seeing this “ symbol anywhere in my posts, well that is what gets added in by the safari browser anytime you try to use punctuation marks since going to iOS 11!!!!!
Based on iphone accessing the app store..
PS: nearly 1 iphone user out of 2 dont use the app store... hint hint they also dont update os.
I work in cellphone industry at a B2B level and that a reality!
This is the first iOS update where the bugs actually bother me. There are so many, Yet, I usually fully restore my phone for an update. This time I didn't.
JW, 13 Oct 2017This is a BS article. The wide iOS adoption is caused by people accidentally tapping on the p... moreIt looks like you never had iPhone...I love this kind off bullshiting.
On mine even I didn't update yet your imaginary notification never showed up.
I'm waiting for 11.1 and after that I will update.
To many issues still perform on 11.0.3.
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2017i dont get why they turn conversion rates to their latest OS into a pissing contestVery little else they have to say over Android.
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2017Don't wait just flash custom ROM. I'm using nougat on my Moto g (1st gen)Nougat on Moto G? Where did you get that ROM from. I'm still waiting to get nougat on my Moto X pure Edition.
This is a BS article. The wide iOS adoption is caused by people accidentally tapping on the pesky update reminder that pops every f---- day since the new OS release. Apple calls it a "nudge"; I called it "Big Brother Push". And of course the phone gets slower after the upgrade, hence the need to upgrade. This process is like a hamster running in a wheel; it never ends. Well, no more. F-- Apple.
If people had the option to downgrade the number wouldn’t be this big, at this moment!
It’s by far the worst software that came from Apple. It slowed my iPad to a crawl, not to mention having to charge it every two days, as opposed to weekly on iOS 10. All of that for the only visible difference being rearranging of some icons and ruining the control center.
My sister's iPad Air 2 got iOS 11 update. It is good but a bit uncomfortable and not stable.
iOS 11 still suuuuuuuuuucks on my iPad Pro.
I should have waited for a stable release and stayed on iOS 10.
iOS is just so good that people don't care about updates anymore...
A lot of my friends have refused to update because of Pokemon Go: