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While the numbers surrounding iOS 11 adoption haven't been as impressive as what we saw last year with iOS 10, Apple's next-gen mobile operating system continues to pick up steam with each passing week. According to updated data posted to Apple's developer page earlier today, 65% of all iOS devices are currently running an iteration of iOS 11. All in all, that's not too shabby for an OS that was released just four short months ago. At the same time, 28% of iPhones and iPads are running iOS 10 while 7% of iOS devices are running iOS 9 or something even older.
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Apple has updated its App Store statistics page today informing the app developer community the current adoption rate of the latest iOS 11 mobile operating system reached 65 percent.
While we’re waiting for Apple’s HomePod, Amazon Alexa is taking another big onto iOS devices. According to TechCrunch, a forthcoming update to the Amazon Alexa app will bring full Alexa voice control.
Amazon has updated its Alexa app for Android with voice control and is bringing the feature to the Alexa app for iOS soon, reports TechCrunch. Until now, the app has primarily been used for managing the settings of Echo devices. The addition of voice commands means users can speak directly to their handset the way they would an Echo — to play music, trigger Alexa skills and the like
iOS 11 is now installed on 65 percent of iOS devices, according to new statistics Apple shared yesterday on its App Store support page for developers.