iOS 5.1 Sees Quick User Adoption [Chart]

Posted March 23, 2012 at 9:59pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 16134 views

iOS developer David Smith has charted the adoption rate of iOS 5.1 he's seen thus far. The data is based on the 100k weekly downloads of his Audiobooks application.

Smith notes that 5 days after the release of the new firmware on March 7th, 50% of over-the-air eligible users had updated.

Looking at the data 15 days after release, iOS had the same percentage of users of iOS 5.1 as were on any single version of Android. The most popular Android version is API Level 10 Gingerbread which has 61.5% of users.

Notably, at the 15 day mark, nearly 80% of OTA eligible users were on the latest iOS firmware.

Take a look at the charts below...

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What Morons - March 24, 2012 at 12:36am
"Notably, at the 15 day mark, nearly 80% of OTA eligible users were on the latest iOS firmware." In other words, it takes 15 days to identify the complete M0R0NS that ignore an untethered Jailbreak in favor of a less feature-rich update. Great!
T - March 23, 2012 at 10:01pm
When can we expect jb of 5.1? We recently saw some attempts to do that, any news?
BrawlBro1 - March 24, 2012 at 2:17am
i0n1c said never, phoenixdev & chpwn said no ETA, and I have no clue for the last one.
Juergen - March 24, 2012 at 10:56pm
Most exploits like i0n1c's are typically sold to governments or corporations. The left over scraps trickle down to public jailbreaks.
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