It has been less than a week since the launch of iOS 14 and already now every fourth user has upgraded their iPhone (or iPod touch) to the new version.
According to data from
Mixpanel, 26.46 percent are now using iOS 14, while 66 percent are still running iOS 13. The other 7.53 percent cling to version 12 or older.
It should be pointed out that many older models of iPhone and iPod touch cannot be upgraded to iOS 14. In other words, these users are forced to run an older version of iOS.
Read all about the
latest features (and problems) with iOS 14 here. And if you need help installing iOS 14 we have a
tutorial about updating your iPhone here.
This article originally appeared on
Macworld Sweden. Translation by Karen Haslam.