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- An Android loyalty survey showed that only 18.3% of US Android users are interested in the next-generation iPhone.
- This number is actually down 14.8% from the same period last year.
- The lack of features that Android users care about is considered to be the main reason for the lack of interest.
The next batch of iPhones — tentatively called the iPhone 13 series — will come out very soon, most likely in September. As with every year, this makes some people wonder: How many Android users plan to change jobs?
According to a new survey Sales Unit, not many. The second-hand technical service asked more than 5,000 Android users in the United States whether they are interested in the iPhone 13. A whopping 81.7% said “no”.
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Only 18.3% of people left even consider ending their Android loyalty.Interestingly, SellCell conducted a similar survey last year The survey found that nearly 33% of Android users are considering using the iPhone. This has dropped by nearly 15% in just one year.
Android’s loyalty seems high this year
what happened? Why are few Android users in the US considering switching? According to the survey, most users are not interested in losing the fingerprint sensor, because it is widely expected that iPhone 13 phones will continue to rely entirely on Face ID. This makes sense when you think we are still in the midst of a global pandemic. Even if Face ID works well when the user is wearing a mask, the fingerprint sensor is obviously better.
The next most prominent reason is the lack of customizability in iOS. Moreover, in third place is the iCloud photo scanning controversy, in which Apple scans user photos to track down child abuse and exploitation.
You can see the complete breakdown of inference in the image above.
Of course, the real question is whether the problems of Android users will permeate iPhone users this year. Will a large number of people turn to Android? We need to wait and see.