Originally Posted by EarlyMon
Because the pie has so many slices, it's a little hard to see the arrows, but basically, it's showing well over of 75% of crashes monitored going to iDevices.
The other thing that's interesting is that Apple propaganda to the contrary, people are not marching along in lockstep with their iOS updates and therefore, iOS is every bit as fragmented as Android.
So, that's two myths killed for the price of one.
I find it a little odd there isn't much commentary on this (given some of the other volatile comments in less factual threads) ... as Earlymon points out above, the findings/implications of this report are huge to the myths surrounding iOS and Android.
For uprightness it should be noted that in that pie chart above "Android other" includes 16 previous iterations, bringing the total number of Android versions tested to 33, to the iOS number of versions at 23. Still, just looking at the percentage those 16 other versions collectively represent, it is easy to see why they were collapsed. Plus, that does nothing to undermine the fact that iOS still is very fragmented.