More iOS users have been updating to the latest version of iOS. Since Apple released iOS 11 to the general public back in September, the company has rolled out multiple updates to its users over the past few months.

Apple has just revealed that more than 65 percent of its users are running iOS 11, 28 percent are running iOS 10 and about 7 percent are running an older version of iOS. Last month, it was reported that 59 percent of its users were running iOS 11,which means 6 percent more users have adopted iOS 11 within a month’s time. While this may seem like great news, this operating system has a slower adoption rate compared to iOS 10 which was running on 76 percent of devices the same time last year.

Apple is expected to release iOS 11.2.5 this week, which will come with a few security fixes. If you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you can upgrade to the latest iOS update by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

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