Android fragmentation is fine, and on the other hand, on most iPhones and iPads, users already use iOS 11. How is the popularity of iOS 11 to Android Oreo? Let me tell you a story about Android and iOS.

Imagine an evening in the pub, where there were two gsmManiaKs among your friends. It just so happened that they present opposing camps , but they are conscious guests. They do not give the arguments "Apple is quality and you can not afford", "#xiaomilepsze", "Samsung has DeXa". They are discussing, and the Cupertino fan, glancing at his Apple Watch, sees that the time has come for the final blow. He says, "I heard that you have a short support time and flagships are abandoned after two major updates." Mr. Android then quietly and nervously begins to look around his shoes and nails and shyly retorts "au, is it all so great with updates?". Mr. Apple then triumphantly pulls out the iPad Pro, because the real fan was and he was glad that he finally found an application for his too expensive tablet, which turned out not to be professional. It shows a graph, just like you see below:

Fot. App Store via GSMarena

Fot. App Store via GSMarena

Mr Android tries to find the answer and on the screen of his Xiaomi Android One, because Android must be clean, and it's nice to participate in Oreo for Xiaomi Mi A1 and finds. Chart published every month, where you can see how his favorite is in the world. I also looked and this is how I found it:
fot. Android Developers

fot. Android Developers

I saw with my own eyes, how his face got smaller, which he quickly covered with a glass of carrot juice. Well, what should he say, since the most popular distribution of Android comes from 2015, and Oreo is less popular than Gingerbreada, which he did not even have the opportunity to experience in his smartphone career. He quickly leaves the premises and goes home. He puts his Samsung Galaxy S8 + into the DeX docking station there and starts looking for something wrong with this iOS 11. He even gets along well, because it's a clever device and it's enough to work the next day. The next day, he triumphantly calls Mr. Apple to show him what he found. That this iOS 11 is unstable, that the worst compilation of the previous one. But I have not heard the answers from Mr. Apple, I can only say that even the unstable and problem version is still a better vision than the complete lack of updates. And with this short moral I'm closing the story about Android fragmentation and the fact that 2 out of 3 iPhones in the world have already been updated to iOS 11 .