Apple has revealed its iOS 10 software has been installed on 60% of compatible iPhones and iPads.
The figure marks a 6% rise on last month and comes just days after the company launched the first major update for the platform, in the form of iOS 10.1.
The latter features a new Portrait mode for the dual-lens camera on the iPhone 7 Plus, allowing owners to take pictures that blur the background while sharpening up the subject of their shots.
Elsewhere, it includes a series of bug fixes, especially for the Messages app, which had been suffering from a number of issues since iOS 10’s initial launch in early September.
The fast adoption for Apple's fresh software stands in marked contrast to Google Android’s rollout.
Its latest version of Android, Nougat, has not even shown up in official stats yet because of low installation numbers.
Last year’s Android Marshmallow is on just 18.7% of Google–backed phones.