Apple has a pair of new iPhone models out and with them comes the latest version of its native operating system, iOS 10.
After just three days of release the new software is running on an incredible 22.31 percent of compatible iOS devices out there. That's an incredible uptake, helped by the fact that the update is available to so many models at the same time.
iOS 10 brings in changes to the lock screen as well as many popular apps and rejigged notifications. It's not the most comprehensive update ever seen but it addresses some key areas and also doesn't rock the boat too much, despite some issues with early adopters.
By contrast, Android 7.0 Nougat is on only 0.1 percent of handsets, and even 2015's Marshmallow is only around 18.7 percent. There are a lot of factors involved, including the massive spread of different phones and hardware configurations, but the disparate nature of Android is defintitely a problem for manufacturers.
iOS 10 is available now and works on the iPhone 5 and newer handsets. iPad Mini and newer models and the iPod touch 6th generation.