According to data provided by Apple: about 88% of iPhones, iPad, iPod touch devices are running iOS > 12 Operating system, if only devices released in the last four years are counted, this ratio will exceed 90%.
However, the iOS 11 installation rate currently accounts for only 7% The device that still insists on using an earlier version (before iOS 11) is only 5%.Two months ago, Apple officially announced an iOS 12 installation rate of 85%, an increase of 3 percentage points after two months.
Compared with last year’s iOS 11 85% installation rate, this year’s 12 has increased significantly, probably because of Apple’s main system stability, speed improvement and other advantages, prompting users Update.
Apple encourages users to use the latest version of iOS, which helps to create good Development environment. All along,The iOS system is known as “stable”, and a large part of the reason comes from the “high update rate.” For App developers, a highly consistent system environment is more conducive to software and game development.
Compared to the Android system, because of the “open source” feature, brands can “define” themselves on this basis. The system (interface) has a very high degree of freedom, but because of this “separate politics”, the development environment is more complicated and difficult to maintain.
So, which is better for iOS and Android? The little beast believes that this issue has no controversial meaning, and they have no absolute good or bad.
The main stable iOS brings a closed environment, and the high degree of freedom of Android is lacking Unity, so when we are going to compare the two, we might first consider the difference between the “innate conditions” of iOS and Android, so as not to make biased conclusions on the premise of unfairness.