For apple, one of the advantages of a closed system is that there is no system version differentiation, and the device update speed will be very fast.
According to mixpanel, a mobile analytics company, within five days of the official launch of IOS 14, the adoption rate of updated devices has reached about 26% of active iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices, including ipados 14.
By comparison, we can see that the adoption rate of IOS 14 is more than 20% of the previous big version of IOS 13 released a week ago. Obviously, the greatly improved IOS 14 has attracted more attention.
So far, home screen widgets have proved particularly popular, which may attract more users to update, while other features, such as picture in picture video and new features that set third-party browsers and email applications as default, are also popular.
Mixpanel measures IOS adoption based on the number of visits to websites and apps that use its mobile analytics SDK, so its data is not official data, but is usually similar to Apple's own data. Apple usually publishes its adoption rate data within a month after a major release, so there is no official IOS 14 data yet.