CptPower, 05 Sep 2018I bet that the 15% are elderly people who dont know anything just to call and messages with th... moreproud to be the 10%, I get better battery life and performance (tested myself, got both ios10 and ios11 on 2 ipads)
sad thing is, I miss out some features with the ios10 ipad.
techperson211, 06 Sep 2018And 85% of them running slow as of this moment. We know how they slow down older generation ap... moreand the irony is iphone 6 is even faster than note 9 .. lol
when you want to copy a OS but cannot optimize - you make android
And 85% of them running slow as of this moment. We know how they slow down older generation apple model. Oh wait $h!t.
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2018Apple is king when it comes to software updates. Android will be fragmented forever.
pfft, ... moreYou're 100% correct. But Apple's iOS will always be a crippled phone user interface with archaic/jurassic capabilities and zero flexibility, zero freedom and zero customizability options. Not to mention limited hardware choices (no micro sd card slot, no headphone jack, etc.) I'd rather have an old android Jellybean or KitKat android device that does not imprison me in a walled garden devoid of customization options and a horribly restictive experience (horrendous file transfer options, no screen share to smart TV's without buying overpriced Apple tv, etc.) --- than sport the latest iOS 12 in an iphone with infuriating/mind boggling user experience. Apple's iphones are practically just glorified call and text feature phones with large touch screens and access to Facebook, and YouTube. If your only use for the phone are those alone, then go ahead, buy into an overpriced, crippled ecosystem with guaranteed software updates that make your device run slower so you'll be forced to buy a new device every year.
Walter C. Dornez, 05 Sep 2018Well depends on the phone, but it is great that there is a phone that is consistent and suppor... moreWho knows if these fragmentations are a byproduct of the variations. you can't get best of both worlds. for software updates iphones are still the champs but if you love customization, android is the only way to go. The more users troll each other, the better for the companies. They heavier their pockets.
I have always been an advocate for open source. have used linux in my pc, used to buy android phones. when I bought my iphone, android was not like now then, friends of mine trolled me for taking an U turn. but it was just for experience. I am still using ios but have never been trolling android users. cause my next phone might be an android. only the lack of a good android phone not letting me switch to android. for example a galaxy s9+ or note 9 without curved screen would be my phone. always loved sony or hTC but there is always something lacking and this time a 3.5 mm jack. I think I am an average user and would love to have a phone with a great display, powerful chipset even if not the most powerful, good amount or RAM, long battery life and A fukin 3.5 mm jack. is that hard to produce?
5T, 05 Sep 2018Of course they did, with the OS being almost the same from the beginning, specs arhitecture th... moreMay be that's why more iOS users use latest firmware compared to Android. Do what's practical not impractical. Check how many users are using latest firmware of Android
FinnishInquisition, 05 Sep 2018That, and devices that are over 5 years old or never connected to wifi.Well maybe or someone dont use data.
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2018Apple is king when it comes to software updates. Android will be fragmented forever. pfft, ... moreWell depends on the phone, but it is great that there is a phone that is consistent and supported for a long while. Still rocking the 6 Plus
Of course they did, with the OS being almost the same from the beginning, specs arhitecture the same just higher numbers.
Anonymous, 05 Sep 2018A relative of mine reluctantly upgraded his 4s to the latest ios update back then.
But only... moresettings->general->Storage&iCloud Usage->Manage Storage->iOS 11-> Delete Update
nagg me next week!
Apple is king when it comes to software updates. Android will be fragmented forever.
pfft, jealous haters pouring in... more to come...
A relative of mine reluctantly upgraded his 4s to the latest ios update back then.
But only because the goddamn update kept nagging him.
Bad move as it shortened his phone's battery life and it ran slower.
AnonD-632062, 05 Sep 2018A great result for iOS conversion as usual. Although, I must note, that 85% for the latest iOS... moreThat and more people are aware of what happens to our phones with these updates and are waiting it out to set the bugs... or trying quick enough to be able to revert back before they stop signing the previous version
A great result for iOS conversion as usual. Although, I must note, that 85% for the latest iOS, 1 year after it's release seems a bit low, compared to usual iOS standards. I would have expected it to be 90%+.
I guess, more people are holding on to their older iOS devices, because of the exorbitant current prices.
But of course. You can't stop iPhone updates shoved down your throat by Apple that are meant to slow down your iPhone/iPad.That nag screen will keep on nagging at you for as long as you are connected to wifi. Disabling auto updates won't do. Nothing will stop the nagging. It will make you give up and give in unless you don't have enough storage for the update. That's why it's only 85% of iPhones and iPads. The 15% are using very old Apple devices that don't have enough storage to download and carry out the update, or are too old to have an update notification.