“On September 19th, 2012 Apple pushed iOS 6 live, making updates available over-the-air and through iTunes,” Chitika Insights reports.
“After being available to consumers for over 24 hours, Chitika Insights tapped into Chitika Ad network data,” Chitika Insights reports. “To determine the success of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, Chitika Insights took a look at the adoption rate of iOS 6 across all iOS devices.”
Chitika Insights reports, “To quantify this study, Chitika Insights took a sample of millions of mobile ad impressions coming out of the Chitika Ad network ranging from September 19th to September 20th 2012. The growth rate of iOS 6 was then compared to total iOS Web usage using a time series to illustrate the rate of adoption of the new OS.”
Chitika Insights reports, “Within 24 hours, iOS 6 adoption had already reached levels above 15%. This level of adoption is a significant development and a testament to the vertical product structure Apple dedicated itself to, particularly when compared to Android’s latest operating system (Jelly Bean) which only saw a 1.5% adoption rate within its first two months.”
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