Jack Miller on what should be a big issue for Android smartphone users but isn’t. Upgrades.
By the time Apple moves iOS 11 into the market late next summer or early fall, nearly 90-percent of iPhone and iPad users will have upgraded to the latest version. How does that compare to Android? It. Does. Not. There is not comparison, because even now, more than 80-percent of all iPhone and iPad users are on iOS 10.x, while Android’s latest, Nougat, struggles to get to a few percentage points.
More than a billion Android smartphone users do not get OS upgrades. Ever. They are forced to buy new phones to get anything close to the latest version.