Apple has today updated its iOS version statistics for developers. The company says that 81% of all iPhone and iPod touch devices now run iOS 13, while 73% of iPads now run iPadOS.
According to Apple’s website, 92% of iPhones introduced in the last four years are running iOS 13, while 7% are still running iOS 12 and only 2% are running previous versions of iOS. When considering all the iPhone and iPod touch models ever shipped, 81% of devices are running iOS 13, while 13% are running iOS 12 and 6% are running an earlier version of iOS.
Since the introduction of iPadOS last year, Apple also shares the adoption numbers separately for the iPad operating system. The company says that 93% of all iPad devices introduced in the last four years are running iPadOS 13, while 5% are running iOS 12 and 1% are running an earlier version of iOS. 73% of all iPad devices are running iPadOS 13, followed by 16% on iOS 12 and 11% on earlier releases.
Apple’s usage data is based off visits to the App Store as of June 17. The “four years” time metric is presumably a way to avoid having devices that can’t update to the latest version of iOS reducing the adoption percentages.
These numbers come ahead of WWDC 2020, where the company will introduce iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. The event will take place next Monday, June 22, with a special opening keynote.
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League of Legends adding a new set of anime-inspired skins, including sexy Thresh – Polygon
The line was originally teased at a panel at Anime Expo Lite and now has been fully revealed.
The most notable thing about this batch of skins is that Thresh has been turned human. And not just human, he’s a hot anime human. Nobody asked for sexy Thresh but Riot Games delivered him to us anyway.
Judging from the splash art alone, we can infer that Yasuo is the hero of this skin line, as he’s sporting obviously brighter colors. Thresh, Vayne, and Lillia are all immersed in darkness, possibly serving as villains. Teemo seems like a wandering nomad, but given that he’s Teemo, it could really swing either way.
These skins should be added to the Public Beta Environment for testing soon with the rest of the patch 10.14 content. Artwork for each of the new skins can be found below.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra leaks with first real-world images – MobileSyrup
We’ve seen renders, CAD mock-ups and several case leaks, but this is the first time Samsung’s often-rumoured Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has leaked with real-world images courtesy of YouTuber ‘Jimmy is Promo.’
Though it’s impossible to verify the accuracy of the photograph and Jimmy is Promo’s subsequent tweets regarding the device, the images look very similar to previous leaks we’ve seen over the last few weeks related to the Note 20.
— Jimmy Is Promo (@jimmyispromo) July 6, 2020
The real-world photos give us a glimpse of the Note 20 Ultra’s triple-rear camera bump that looks very similar to the S20 Ultra’s. There appears also to be a 3D time-of-flight sensor on the back of the smartphone as well. Finally, there’s another photo of the front of the smartphone showing off its centred hole-punch front-facing camera at the top of the display.
Another thing worth noting from the images is the location of the volume rocker and power button on the right side of the device, just like the S20. With the Note 10, these buttons were located on the left side of the display.
Jimmy is Promo goes on to say the handset’s S Pen and bottom speaker are shifting to the left of the smartphone’s charging port.
— Jimmy Is Promo (@jimmyispromo) July 7, 2020
Regarding specs, the Note 20 is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor — a processor that hasn’t been released yet — an S Pen with additional features, new camera functionality that includes 100x zoom, and a QHD+ 120Hz screen.
Though these images seem to be of the Note 20 Ultra, there are also rumours circulating that Samsung plans to release the smartphone in two sizes, including a standard 6.42 inch Note 20 and a larger 6.97-inch Note 20 Ultra.
OnePlus Nord will come with 48MP primary camera with OIS – GSMArena.com news – GSMArena.com
The OnePlus Nord is coming on July 21 and we’re starting to get a clearer picture of its key specs. The latest report comes from an interview with the brand’s co-founder Carl Pei who detailed the phone’s quad-camera setup. The main shooter will have a 48MP sensor and will offer OIS. Alongside it will be an 8MP ultrawide lens, 5MP macro module and a 2MP depth helper.
The front cameras housed in the pill-shaped cutout are expected to come in at 32MP and 8MP. We also know the device will ship with the Snapdragon 765G chipset, 6GB RAM, 128GB storage on the base version and a 4,300 mAh battery.
The OnePlus Nord will have an Augmented Reality (AR) launch event where the audience will be able to interact with an AR model of the device live during the keynote.
Pricing is expected to start at under $500 (€445) but will likely vary between Europe and India. OnePlus is also hosting a second round of pre-orders in Europe which starts tomorrow at 8AM UTC time.
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