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Number of People Installing Apple's iOS 8 Stalls

The number of people upgrading to Apple’s new iOS 8 mobile operating system has seemingly stalled at less than 50 percent, amid some highly publicized early glitches. The company’s developer site shows that 47 percent of Apple users who connected with the App Store were running the latest version of the software as of Sunday, roughly three weeks after its Sept. 17 introduction. That’s a slower pace than occurred with the previous operating system, iOS 7, which was installed on nearly 70 percent of Apple devices over a comparable period, according to data from the tracking firm Mixpanel.

This article originally appeared on Recode.net.

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