Nearly 100 days after launch, iOS 16 installation has reached 70% on compatible iPhones according to Mixpanel. Apple unveiled iOS 16 at the WWDC 2022 event and released it to everyone on September 12.
As the Cupertino tech giant does not release adoption figures for its software update, Mixpanel gains its data from over three trillion records from website access or app usage since.
Previously, the analyst reported that iOS 16 was installed on 10.45% of iPhones within three days after launch which was better than iOS 15 adoption the previous year.
Expected features in upcoming iOS 16.2
Apple has released multiple updates of iOS 16 since September with new features, performance improvements, and security updates. Its upcoming build, iOS 16.2 is expected to release later this year, which includes features like the Freeform app for collaboration, external display support for Stage Manager, Emergency SOS via Satellite for iPhone 14, advanced data protection for iCloud, Apple Music Sing, and more.
Check out our previous coverage of new features in iOS 16.2 below:
- iOS 16.2 beta 2 updates Stocks app with new watchlists options
- iOS 16.2 beta 2 shrinks Dynamic Island to display signal and WiFi bars when playing music
- iOS 16.2 beta 2 code features new ‘Custom Accessibility Mode’, feature not available to beta testers
- iOS 16.2 beta 2 adds new Medications widget for Lock Screen
- iOS 16.2 public beta will enable 5G connectivity for compatible iPhones in India
- iOS 16.2 beta allows Live Activities to show more frequent updates
- Apple collects data on unintentional Emergency SOS calls on iOS 16.2 beta 1
- iOS 16.2 beta 1 brings new Sleep widgets to iPhone Lock Screen
- iOS 16.2 beta brings a new ‘vehicle’ icon for car Bluetooth stereo
- Apple TV app moves up “Featured” row above “Up Next” row on iOS 16.2 beta and other updates
- iOS 16.2 beta integrates Weather app with Apple News to show regional weather-related stories