Shares of Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock ended the week up $2.51, 0.54 percent, building momentum from the previous week’s 6.69 percent slide. The five-day gain would have been greater had the iPhone maker not closed down $4.89, or 1.04 percent, at $467.41 on Friday. Here’s a cheat sheet to today’s top Apple stories:
Apple Users Are Flocking to iOS 7
Apple users are known for quickly upgrading to the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system and the release of iOS 7 appears to be no exception to this trend. Thanks to mobile analytics platform
Mixpanel, Apple fans can watch the adoption rates for iOS 7 in real time.
As of this writing, over 45 percent of Apple’s mobile device users have upgraded to iOS 7. A little over half, or 50.30 percent are using iOS 6, while less than 4 percent are still using operating systems that predate iOS 6. This is a fairly explosive growth rate when considering that iOS 7 was installed on less than 3 percent of Apple’s devices before the operating system was publicly released on Wednesday, September 18… (Read more