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Apple Users Seem Hesitant to Upgrade to iOS 15

Apple often updates its operating system because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing it to continue optimizing the services that it can provide and that its users are capable of taking advantage of. Most iPhone users are quick to switch to the latest version of iOS, and if you buy the latest iPhone then you will get this version of iOS preinstalled.

However, one thing that many are starting to realize about iOS 15 is that users seem less eager to install it with all things having been considered and taken into account. In 2020, 72% of iPhone users had switched to iOS 14 by December which was just two months after this operating system was initially launched. If you look at the numbers for iOS 15, it turns out that only 63% of devices that are capable of running it seem to have it.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that this is likely not associated with any issues with the OS itself. Rather, it might have something or the other to do with aesthetic changes that were made such as Safari shifting its search bar to the bottom of the user interface rather than at the top which is something that a lot of users did not seem to like all that much.
Regardless, if you ignore the millions of iPhone 13s that were sold, it seems pretty obvious that there is a massive problem here when it comes to iOS 15 upgrade rates. People that are currently using iOS 14 don’t seem to like the idea of the changes that iOS 15 is bringing, and that might prompt Apple to rethink their strategy when the time comes for them to create iOS 16 later this year.


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