75% of All iPhones and iPads Are Now Updated to iOS 9

IOS 9 software is now installed at no less than 75% of all supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models.

Apple can something that no one else can it, when it comes to the deployment of new software. It should be stressed once again by new figures provided by the California-based it giant has published on its Developer page.

Apple updates every month, just as Google does it, a graph showing the spread of the latest versions of iOS operating system. The interesting thing is of course to look at how fast the rollout of the latest version, iOS 9, happens.

And luckily for Apple, the figures look very positive addition. Since the release of iOS 9 on 16 september 2015 , it is now all over 75% of all compatible iPhones, iPads and iPod touch running the latest software-in other words, three out of four.

Less than a week should Apple use to get the first half of the users over from iOS to iOS 8 9, while the proportion rose to 66% after a month and a half, and now, it is so for Apple to get upgraded the remainder dealing with plenty of time to it.

75% of all supported iOS devices that can receive the upgrade, however, regardless of what is said to be impressive, even in spite of the fact that the figure would have been lower if all the older iOS-products that are no longer supported, were included.

Android 6.0 Marshmallow deploying at a snail’s pace

What must be said not to be impressive, on the other hand, is its rival, Google and the many producers, as the company behind it. Here reads the story about the same as it has always done: Rollout of the newest Android versions now Android 6.0 Marshmallow, happens at a snail’s pace.

The latest Android version was released just three weeks after Apple’s iOS 9, and today, a little over three months later, the software is according to Google’s developer page only to find at 0.7% of all Android products with access to Google Play store. The figure stands in stark contrast to the iOS 9, because it more or less only is Google, which currently has deployed Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Nexus products.

The other producers are continuing in full swing with to complete the latest Android version to the newest top models. There are in the Android world is often no guarantee that your particular smartphone will receive the latest upgrade after having been on the market for a year or so before it actively processing out – and it is not all the producers who are just good at this.

Therefore, you can in the Mobile page’s great overview get an overview of what the status is for the many different Android smartphones compared to getting the upgrade to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.