The Website Optimizer, OnSwipe has been tracking the number of iOS 7 powered Apple IPhones and Apple iPads which were visiting its sites. The track record shows that on July 1st .28% of the Apple iPad Units Which have visited the Site have installed the iOS 7 beta. And As of June 17th the amount percent of the Apple iPhones having the iOS 7 beta who visited the OnSwipe site have been .77%. Both of the Figure shows that there had been an increase as compared to the amount of iPad and iPhone Users who installed the iOS 6 last year.
The percentage of the Apple iPads counted by OnSwipe which were running on the iOS 6 beta in 2012 were was .19% and the percentage of iPhone Units which were powered by the iOS 6 beta was .38% or about the half of the current percentage. With these figures an earlier report from mobile ad network Chitika has been confirmed which came up to the same conclusion which states that, iOS 7 installations on the iPhone have been doubled from the iOS6 beta installation that have been carried last year.
According to OnSwipe this increase is caused due to the large number of registered iOS developers that are interested in updating their apps ti meet the new look of iOS7. This has been recommended to be done by Apple itself though it is not requiring the developers to do so. And those who are not conforming to the new iOS 7 look are ending up to stick out like a sore thumb as the mobile operating system is now offering less glossy and flatter look.