Apple’s never had a hard time beating Google when it comes to software updates.
The number of devices in the Android system, combined with the number of manufacturers and wireless carriers that have to approve updates, means that users are lucky to get the newest version of Android at all.
But for iOS, it’s a very different story.
iOS 11 was released to the yearning masses on September 19th, 2017, just 50 days ago.
As of November 6th, Apple says that iOS 11 is installed on 52 percent of all iPhones and iPads in use.
38 percent are left running iOS 10, and only 10 percent of users are on something older than that.