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Apple kills iOS 14 update to force you to upgrade

via:快科技     time:2022/1/14 9:00:47     readed:43

Did you upgrade your iPhone to iOS 15?

Apple has released its first iOS 15 install figures since it became a full-time employee last September, and the results show thatIOS 15 currently accounts for 72% of iPhone models released in the last four years, compared with 26% for iOS 14The remaining 2% are still using older versions of the system.

If you take into account devices released four years ago, 63% of all devices are installed for iOS 15, 30% for iOS 14, and 7% for older versions.

IPadOS 15 was even lower, with 57% device share and 49% all-device share over four years.

While iOS 15's performance is certainly far behind that of its rival Android 12,In comparison, iOS 15 actually performed worse than iOS 13 and iOS 14. IOS 14 had a four-year device install rate of 81% in December 2020, and iOS 13 had a four-year device install rate of 77% in January 2020.

iOS 15安装比例较前两代系统退步 苹果出手:终止iOS 14更新倒逼升级

But, perhaps unhappy with iOS 15, Apple seems to have taken steps. At the beginning of the iOS 15 release push, it was only an optional update, meaning users could still choose between iOS 14/15. However,Now that Apple has stopped iOS 14 security updates, users can only upgrade to iOS 15 to fix bugs, bugs, and new features.

iOS 15安装比例较前两代系统退步 苹果出手:终止iOS 14更新倒逼升级

The latest official release of iOS 15 is 15.2.1, the Beta is iOS 15.3 Beta 2, and the latest official release of iOS 14 is iOS 14.8.1. But for those still running iOS 14.8, checking for updates no longer gives you the option to keep iOS 14, and you'll be forced to upgrade to iOS 15.2.1 instead.

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