Apple has shared statistics on iOS 15 installs. So far, only 72% of iPhone models released in the past four years have iOS 15 installed. In previous years, the figures were higher, but there are several factors to consider.
Here are the up-to-date statistics for the iPhone models of the last four years:
- 72% iOS 15
- 26% iOS 14
- 2% older versions
And here are the statistics for all models, including older ones:
- 63% iOS 15
- 30% iOS 14
- 7% older versions
Here are the stats for iPadOS 15 on models from the last four years:
- 57% iPadOS 15
- 39% iPadOS 14
- 4% older versions
And here are the statistics for all iPad models:
- 49% iPadOS 15
- 37% iPadOS 14
- 14% older versions
It is interesting to compare these data with iOS 14 statistics. As of December 2020, iOS 14 version was installed on 81% of models of the last four years and 72% of all models, notes NIX Solutions.
Apple shared the stats almost a month late this year, and the figures are significantly lower at 72% and 63%.
It’s important to note that this year, Apple gave users the option to stay on iOS 14 but still receive security updates, says IT-Here.
Now the company doesn’t give iOS 14 users the choice to have as many people as possible upgrade to iOS 15.