It has already been a week since the OTA release of iOS 11 for Apple users and the acceptability of the latest operating system for iPads, iPhones, and iPods is not too impressive. Recent data on the adoption of iOS 11 suggests that 25 percent of iOS users have installed the operating system.
The report suggests that 10 percent of users had installed the update within 24 hours of the launch. With an increasing number of users updating their devices, iOS 10 users are now limited to 67.83 percent. The remaining 6.89 percent devices still run an older version of iOS.
The adoption rate for iOS 11 is far behind that of iOS 10. The latter version of the operating system was released in September 2016 and its rate of adoption was far better than of iOS 11 as it recorded a 34 percent adoption within the first week of its launch.
Although iOS 11 did not face issues during installation like the iOS 10 there are already reports of apps performing sluggishly. The performance of the devices has also been reported to have experienced a drop. However, in iOS 11's defense, several apps have still not received updates that offer better compatibility with the latest OS.
Apple has also released an update today that fixes the email bug which was affecting Microsoft email services. Moreover, compared to Android, the adoption of iOS 11 is far better. A majority of Android users still use the older version i.e. Marshmallow and Lollipop.