Apple Chief Financial Officer Peter Oppenheimer said 80 percent of all iOS devices have now upgraded to iOS 7.
Oppenheimer made the comment on a conference call to analysts on Monday following its fiscal first-quarter results.
The latest version of iOS was met with mixed reactions due to the radical changes of the design, which opts for a more flat, minimalist view favored by Apple design guru Jony Ive.
That so many iOS devices are on iOS 7makes it easier for developers to create apps for the platform. It’s one of the major advantages touted by Apple.
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