There are a number of obstacles in the way of people upgrading their iOS device. The first is that the OTA – Over The Air – download is many gigabytes, making it problematic for people with a slow Internet connection.
Then there’s the fact that the update requires a huge amount of free space to install, forcing users to delete apps and data. Depending on your hardware, you’ll need between 4.7GB and 6.9GB of free storage space, and that’s massive, especially for devices that started out with only 16GB of space in the beginning (minus what iOS takes when installed).
This problem can be overcome by doing the update through iTunes on a PC or Mac, but many users no longer connect their iDevice to a computer.
While hitting 60 percent adoption in just over 50 days is slow for Apple, put in the context of Android it is excellent penetration. Android 4.4 KitKat, debuted at the end of October 2013, is still hovering at around 30 percent a year later.
http://en.shafaqna.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/new-logo-s-2.png00adminhttp://en.shafaqna.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/new-logo-s-2.pngadmin2014-11-29 20:29:472014-11-29 20:29:47Two-thirds of iPhone and iPad users now running iOS 8.0/8.1