It's no secret that immediately after the release of new versions of the iOS platform, users of compatible Apple products are actively starting to install the appropriate updates. The new iOS 6 is no exception. To date, the operating system iOS 6 has every chance of becoming the fastest-deploying version of iOS from Apple.
According to AllThingsD, citing information provided by research firm Chitika, in the first 24 hours, iOS 6 was loaded by owners of more than 15 percent of mobile devices that are compatible with the new operating system. In comparison, the previous version of iOS 5 showed this result only on the third day after the official release on October 12, 2011.
Globally, Chitika's data may not be entirely accurate. In addition, the spike in web traffic in the first few days after the release of iOS 6 may be due not only to downloading updates, but also to the fact that users spend more time browsing the web with information about various features of the new software.
However, the distribution rate of the sixth version of iOS is impressive compared to that of Android - in particular the version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. In the 14 days after the release of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, only 1.2 percent of Android devices had the software installed, according to data released by Google.