iOS 8 adoption only rises by 1% in two weeks

It looks like iOS users are reluctant to update from iOS 7 to iOS 8, new data from Apple’s developer site has revealed. Back in the 21st of September (see chart above), iOS 8 adoption rate was at 46%. On the 5th of October, two weeks later, iOS 8 adoption only rose by 1% (47%). […]

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 Apple no longer allows downgrading to iOS 7.1.2 from iOS 8

When Apple rolled out iOS 8, it came with a number of issues. Apple tried to fix these problems with iOS 8.0.1, but the patch made things worse. Apple rolled out iOS 8.0.2 to try and fix these issues, but some users are reporting that there are still issues. Just recently, there was a way […]

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 Google compares current iOS version to Android 1.5 (Cupcake)

At Google I/O, the search giant showed a chart titled “Android Innovation.” It shows the first version of Android (Android 1.0) to the current version (Android 4.4 KitKat), showing how far the platform has developed. It also takes a crack at the current version of iOS, which it says is comparable to Android 1.5 (Cupcake), […]

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 Former Apple employee questions Apple for rolling out security updates for iOS late

Apple recently rolled out iOS 7.1.1, which includes a number of security updates. A former Apple employee is questioning why it took the Cupertino firm this long to push out these security updates for iOS, when similar updates were pushed out to OSX 3 weeks earlier. The former Apple employee in question is Kristin Paget. […]

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 Apple rolls out iOS 7.1.1

Apple has just rolled out iOS 7.1.1, which is a minor update that contains a few “improvements, bug fixes and security updates.” Apple support page: This update contains improvements, bug fixes and security updates, including: Further improvements to Touch ID fingerprint recognition Fixes a bug that could impact keyboard responsiveness Fixes an issue when using […]

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 iOS 7.1 has lowest crash rate, according to report

Apple recently rolled out iOS 7.1, the latest version of iOS. Early adopters have been complaining that the update has made their iPhones or iPads suffer from battery drain or Bluetooth issues. Despite these new issues, this new version of iOS still has the lowest crash rate in the operating system’s current history, according to […]

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 iOS 7.1 adopters notice ‘battery drain,’ Bluetooth issues, and more

Apple has recently rolled out iOS 7.1 for iPhones, iPads, and iPods, which includes few bug fixes and enhancements. Sadly, it also comes with a number of new bugs, with early adopters complaining about “battery drain,” Bluetooth issues, and more. The internet is filled with people who updated their iDevice to iOS 7.1. A number […]

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 iOS 7.1 adoption in North America hits 5.9% in just 24 hours after release

In North America (US and Canada), iOS 7.1 (the latest version of iOS) adoption has hit 5.9% in just 24 hours after Apple rolled out the update. This is according to data gathered by Chitika. According to the online advertising network, “iOS 7.1 was publicly released during the early afternoon of March 10, 2014. The […]

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