At the upcoming WWDC, scheduled for June 5-9, Apple will be making a slew of new announcements, including iOS 17. Before the event, however, Apple shared information about current usage of iOS 16, and users seem to be in no rush to update even to the latest version. mobile operating system.
iOS Version Distribution
By early June 2023, 81% of iPhone users were running the latest version of iOS. The share of iOS 15 was 13%, while 6% of smartphones have older firmware versions installed. If we compare these figures with last year, then by June 2022, iOS 15 was installed on almost 90% of supported devices. For iPad, iPadOS 16 accounted for 71%, up 20% from the previous year.
Expectations at WWDC
At WWDC, Apple will unveil new versions of iPadOS, iOS, watchOS, macOS, and tvOS operating systems. Updates are expected to be available from September, notes NIXSolutions. According to preliminary data, iOS 17 will be more stable than the current version and will bring a number of new features, including an updated control center and an improved Health app. Users look forward to these changes and innovations that will be presented at WWDC.