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Apple iOS 12 Adoption: Only 11% of iOS Devices Run On the Latest Version

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has finally rolled out the latest variant of the iOS, iOS 12, on the 17th of September. This new iOS has shown a lot of improvements over its predecessor, making the device much faster and stable. But despite this, the adoption of iOS 12 is slower than its predecessors.Mixpanel, a data analytics company, has managed to point...

Apple iOS Redesign Has Led To Improved App Discovery On App Store [REPORT]

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Engagement on the Apple App Store has risen significantly following the release of iOS 11 in September 2017. The unintended browsing of the App Store is fast becoming more important for game and app discovery. A recent report from Sensor Tower depicts that downloads of game and non-game apps during the unintended browsing have increased post iOS 11.The app discovery...

6 Upgrades That Make iOS 11 One of Apple’s Biggest Updates Ever

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Earlier this year at Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) formally announced iOS 11 at their Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). The announcement of iOS 11 was no surprise considering the fact that Apple has been announcing the new version of iOS at the conference every year. However what did turn heads were the extensive changes and features revealed as part of the...

Apple Drops Support For Thousands of Apps to Continue Their Relentless March Into The Future

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Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) had quite a few surprising announcements for the world at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017. Apple introduced HomePod speaker along with the new iMac Pro. On the software side, iOS 11 was also announced, with a bevvy of new features such as Augmented Reality, improvements to Apple Pay, Messages and more. However, there was one introduction...

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