“Apple’s newest operating system, iOS 8, is installed on 72 percent of iOS devices almost five months after it first launched in September of 2014, according to new numbers Apple shared on its App Store support page for developers,” Juli Clover reports for MacRumors.

“Installation numbers are up 9 percent since mid-December and have jumped 3 percent since January 20, following the launch of iOS 8.1.3 at the end of the month,” Clover reports. “As iOS 8 adoption grows, the number of users running iOS 7 has dropped to 25 percent. 3 percent of users continue to use an earlier operating system.”

Clover reports, “The latest version of Android (5.0, aka Lollipop), released in November, is currently only installed on 1.6 percent of Android devices.”

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