Ahead of the iOS 8 announcement, a latest report from Chitika’s analytics arm Chitika Insights suggests that approximately 89.7 percent of iPhone Web traffic in North America comes from users running devices with iOS 7, a 5.3 percent increase over the past quarter ending in May.
As for iPads, the estimated number is 84.8 percent, a 6.3 percent increase, showing an extensive growth over the past three months.
Compared to the statistics released in February this year, about 83.3 percent of iPhone Web traffic came from iOS 7 users while for iPads, it is approximately 78.5 percent.
The company indicates that up to last year’s WWDC event, iOS 6 dominated 92.7 percent of iPhones while 82.9 percent of iPads had iOS 6 installed.
The report examined millions of US and Canadian online ad impressions from Apple’s iPhones and iPads within the period May 22 to May 28.
iOS 8 is expected to be announced during Apple’s keynote at this year’s WWDC event which will start from tomorrow till June 6. For more updates, stay tuned with us as we cover every bit of news from tomorrow’s event.