iOS 6.1.2 is the Fastest-Adopted iOS Version So Far Due to Exchange Bug

When iOS 6.1.2 was released back on February 19, users around the world hurried to upgrade to the new firmware in order to fix those old but annoying problems. The new update brought multiple bug fixes and solutions, which made the new iOS 6.1.2 the fastest-adopted iOS version so far.

iOS 6.1.2 Adoption Rate

This title is assigned to iOS 6.1.2 mostly because of the already-famous exchange bug fix. Just to remind you, the Exchange bug caused users multiple problems. In the first part, they encountered problems when accessing their Exchange accounts and Calendar. In the same time, the network activity was increased which interfered with the battery life of each device using iOS 6.1. As you know, users are quite interested in the battery life and performance of their devices. Moreover, the new iOS 6.1.2 also fixed the passcode bug and the connectivity issue within all iPhone 4S devices.

One of the main reasons why people chose to update their devices to iOS 6.1.2 is the fact that the new update fixes their main problem. In this respect, more than 35% of iDevices were updated to iOS 6.1.2 in less than a week since its release. Therefore, according to Chitika, the new iOS update has become one of the most popular iOS versions at this moment, and many more users keep upgrading their devices to the respective firmware. This means mostly the fact that people are eager to solve all problems concerning their devices, especially the battery loss issue. In what concerns the 3G connectivity issue iPhone 4S users encountered after upgrading their devices to iOS 6.1, the following update and namely the iOS 6.1.1 had reached more than 26% users in less than four days. However, this number continued to grow day by day until the new iOS 6.1.2 was also released.

As a bottom line, the latest iOS 6 released by Apple has reached more than 60% of users worldwide. As things suggest, it appears that the new and improved iOS 6.1.2 is quite popular among users in the whole world mostly because it offers them a real solution for the Exchange bug, the passcode issue and in the last part, for the 3G connectivity problem within all iPhone 4S devices.

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