According to mixpanel, a mobile analytics company, as of October 27, the adoption rate of IOS 14 will surpass that of IOS 13 five weeks after its official release. Apple has not yet released its official IOS 14 installation rate. Mixpanel measures IOS adoption based on the number of visits to websites and apps that use its mobile analytics SDK, so its data, though not official, is usually similar to Apple’s own. According to their figures, more than 46.07% of devices currently have IOS 14 installed, which is roughly the same as 46.57% of IOS 13 devices in the same period. < / P > < p > over the course of the last week, IOS 14 data was updated hourly, occasionally exceeding IOS 13 as new devices were activated and included in mixpanel data. < / P > < p > according to this trend, IOS 14 will surpass IOS 13 as the most installed version of IOS, and it should rise steadily. Currently, 7.36% of the devices still run IOS versions older than IOS 13, which may be old products that cannot be upgraded to newer software. < / P > < p > although the adoption of IOS 14 is similar to that of IOS 13, it is still somewhat backward, mainly due to the late release of iPhone this year. IOS 13 got 50% installation on October 16, 2019, while IOS 14 is expected to take longer to reach its exact target. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today