About 6 million mobile devices worldwide running Android 4.0 will no longer be served by Google. This means that from now on these devices will not receive updates and will not be able to use the services of the company, in particular Google Play.
The operating system under the appealing name "Ice Cream Sandwich" was introduced in the fall of 2011, currently, according to official Google information, it is installed on 0.3 percent of mobile devices. Company analysts are confident that most of them are inactive and are not used by the owners.
From now on, the most "ancient" version of Android is Jelly Bean, but stopping its support is only a matter of time.