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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Ice Cream Sandwich finds home on 3% of Android

In its ever continuous go up to develop statistics, The search engines says nearly 3% of dynamic Operating system customers are running Operating system 4.0 or later.

The latest edition, also known as Ice Ointment Food or ICS, has had a difficult rollout so far.

The two first gadgets that were scheduled for improvements - the Nexus S phone and the Transformer Primary device - ended up getting plenty of negative advertising after the update gone down the system for numerous users. As a result, companies have been increasingly tepid about forcing the update.

Nevertheless, a lot of mobile phones currently operating an older edition of Operating system will be eligible to update to Ice Ointment Food beginning in the coming months.

There's a new trend of apparently completely efficient Ice Ointment Food up-dates being released on the Internet before establishing to the mobile phones themselves, some hour and hour again, showing that companies are annoyed about the update now around.

Nevertheless, it was just 2-3 weeks ago that Google said only 1.6% of Operating system gadgets were operating ICS, so that number is finally starting to grow at a nice speed.

According to the latest formal numbers, Operating system 2.3 - 2.7, also known as Gingerbread, still records for most - 63.7%.

That's followed by Operating system 2.2 (Froyo) at 23.1%, and then Operating system 2.1 (Eclair) at 6.0%. Operating system 3.0, Honeycomb, which is only used on Operating system pills, records for 3.3% of Operating system gadgets.

Legacy editions Operating system 1.5 and Operating system 1.6 still make up a mixed 1%.


Anonymous said...

Ice Ointment Food lmao

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