Mixpanel reported that Apple had crossed the magic 50% milestone for iOS 12 at the weekend, and now Apple has released its first usage numbers which are based off visits to the App Store.
Apple says 50% of all devices are running iOS 12, and 53% of devices introduced within the last four years. This four year timespan metric is new, and it means that it only counts devices launched since September 2014 (iPhone 6 and later).
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