Apple has released its latest iOS adoption metrics which reveals that 79 percent of iPhones are running iOS 10. It is 3 percent higher than the previous figures which was released in January. Apparently, the iPhones powered with iOS 9 share has slightly reduced from 18 to 16 percent. However, the older version of iOS still continues running on 5 percent of the devices.
Earlier, the Cupertino tech giant unveiled its latest mobile operating system (iOS 10) which brought some new features including changes too. The some of the notable features in iOS 10 are iMessage screen effects, more than new 100 emoji, new TV app and so on. Apart from this, it also has changes related to the Music app, Emergency SOS feature and Camera app, etc.
The company will soon announce its upcoming iOS 11 in WWDC event which takes place on 5th June in San Jose, California. Previously, a rumor also alleged that Apple would add group FaceTime calling feature in iOS 11. However, we should come to know it as we ahead closer to the event.