Apple’s iOS 9 has been adopted by users at a pretty rapid rate, one that’s faster than even iOS 8 enjoyed.
Apple just updated its developer information page, claiming that iOS 9 is now on 75 percent of all iOS devices out there. This is four percent more than it was just a month ago, showing steady, if slower, growth than the first few weeks after the iOS 9 release.
While Apple doesn’t provide numbers on the specific version of iOS 9 its users have installed, third-party app analytics company Mixpanel estimates that more than 59 percent of the iOS 9 user base is using the latest stable release, iOS 9.2, which released only last month.
Apple focused on making iOS 9 much smaller and easier to install for users with lower-capacity devices, and ensuring compatibility with earlier devices, all the way back to 2011’s iPhone 4S, and added energy-efficiency features like Low Power mode.
Apple continues it’s forward momentum this week, releasing betas for iOS, tvOS, OS X and watchOS for developers to test their apps against.