Apple has revealed its latest App Store stats as of January, which show that iOS 10 has now been installed on 76 percent of devices.
The update made its public debut less than four months ago, bringing a revamped Messages experience, new 3D Touch features, a more open Siri, and lots more.
Thanks to all the changes and improvements, iOS 10’s adoption rate has been pretty impressive since the start. In just over two weeks, the update reached almost half of all compatible devices, outpacing adoption records set by iOS 9 a year earlier.
When Apple published its App Store stats at the end of November, iOS 10 had been installed on 63 percent of devices. That means its share has jumped an impressive 13 percentage points in just over one month. iOS 10.2 will have something to do with that.
Apple’s latest release brings a number of big changes users will have been excited to get their hands on, including extra emoji characters, improvements to Live Photos, important bug fixes, and the new TV app if you live in the United States.
Not everyone seems all that enthused about iOS 10, however, with 18 percent of devices still running iOS 9, and 6 percent running even earlier versions of the firmware. Of course, not all devices in use today are compatible with iOS 10.