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The iPhone vs. Android debate took a ridiculous turn you have to see to believe

Historically, Android users have been incredibly slow to upgrade their devices to a new OS. This can largely be attributed to older devices that can’t take advantage of new features along with any number of bureaucratic and technological bottlenecks that inevitably arise when you’re dealing with a multitude of cell phone carriers, various handset manufacturers, and literally thousands of different devices.

In recent years, it wasn’t uncommon to see more than 90% of iPhone users on the latest version of iOS while a majority of Android users were still using a mobile OS that was more than three years old. Google, to its credit, has been doing a lot of work behind the scenes to change this dynamic. And the work has been paying off. Android 11 saw the fastest adoption rate of a new Android OS yet. And even though just 25% of Android users were running Android 11 six months after its release, it’s a huge improvement compared to years past.

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Historically, Android users have been incredibly slow to upgrade their devices to a new OS. This can largely be attributed to older devices that can’t take advantage of new features along with any number of bureaucratic and technological bottlenecks that inevitably arise when you’re dealing with a multitude of cell phone carriers, various handset manufacturers, …Apple, iOS
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