CHART OF THE DAY: Android's Fragmentation Problem

Apple released its new operating system for iPhones and iPads, iOS 7, this week. Within two days, more than 47% of iPhone and iPad owners had switched over.

So how does that compare to Android?

There are only 45% of Android devices running Jelly Bean, a version of Android that launched more than a year ago. And fewer than 0.1% of Android users have the very latest version of Android, version 4.3, which launched this July.

Here’s a breakdown from Google and BI Intelligence of the percentage of people using various versions of Android.

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