No iPhone user can even imagine dealing with what Android users have to tolerate – BGR
We’re now five months into 2017, and Apple’s new iOS 11 platform is about one month away from being released as a beta. iOS 10, Apple’s most recent public software release, is currently installed on about 80% of active iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch devices. iPhone users, can you even imagine what life would be like if the majority of those active iOS devices were running iOS 8 from all the way back in 2014?
Well guess what: that’s exactly what life is like for Android users. Android 7.0 Nougat was first released nearly a year ago and Android O, the next major Android release, has been available as a beta for more than a month now. Meanwhile, the most widely used version of Android as of yesterday is Android Lollipop, which was released to the public on November 12th, 2014.
The recent launches of the LG G6, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Samsung Galaxy S8+ helped move the needle over the past couple of weeks, but the numbers are still quite sad.
As of May 2nd,…
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