The operating system is a very important part of hardware Technology. Not only on personal computers or laptop, but also for cell phones and smartphones. There are many types of operating systems used, however, for smartphone devices, there are 2 names of the most familiar operating systems in the world today, iOS and Android

As many as 87 percents of all iOS devices on the market have been using the iOS operating system 10. At least according to the official Apple page. IOS 10 operating system itself is a version that was introduced on June 13, 2016, then first pinned on the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus output in September 2016. Furthermore, under IOS 10 there are still IOS devices that feel at home with IOS 9, which is about 9 percent.

As for those who use iOS older live a little, about 3 percent. This report shows the high interest of iOS users to keep their system up to date.

Of course the user’s enthusiasm thanks to Apple’s latest iOS gadget compatibility. Most of the old iPhone and iPad and all of the latest releases definitely support the latest iOS. Looking ahead, iOS 11 is introduced on June 28, 2017 will soon be pinned on the line of the latest iPhone output next September.

What about Android?

In reverse, the Android operating system Nougat August 2016 output is not dominant yet. Only about 10 percent of Android users who use it, though newer versions of Android O has been introduced in May. Android users still feel comfortable using the version of Marshmallow 2015 output, which amounted to 31 percent. Underneath there is 22 percent of Android users Lollipop 5.1 output 2014.

Older versions like Android KitKat, Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich, and Gingerbread still have mass bases. Each sequentially as much as 18.1 percent, 8.8 percent, 0.8 percent, and 0.8 percent, of all Android devices on the market.

This shows the more difficult Android users move on than IOS users. One factor is also because Android devices more diverse and produced many vendors, while IOS devices produced only Apple.