Apple’s iOS 16 Is Now On 81% Of All iPhones Ahead Of WWDC

As we get ready for Apple to unveil iOS 17 at its WWDC23 event on June 5, the company has now shared iOS 16 adoption statistics after its release in September of 2022.

The new numbers were shared via a post on the Apple developer website and are based on devices that transacted on the App Store on May 30.

According to Apple’s numbers, iOS 16 is now installed on 81% of all iPhones, a figure that creeps up to 90% when you look at only iPhones that were released in the last four years.

Over on the iPad, 71% of all tablets have iPadOS 16 installed while that increases to 76% when you look at only iPads that were introduced within the last four years.

The numbers appear to be almost identical to those that were shared around a year go. At the time iOS 15 was installed on 82% of all active iPhones, for example.

Apple’s iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 updates will be announced at WWDC and then ship to the public after a long beta program. They’ll be joined by watchOS 10, tvOS 17, and macOS 14.

The WWDC event is also expected to see new hardware announced. The much-rumored Reality Pro headset is at the top of the list, while Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says that we should expect several new Macs to be announced as well. It isn’t clear what they will be, but a 15-inch MacBook Air is strongly expected to be one of them.

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