Smartphone users are dissatisfied with the lack of in the iPhone of a fingercopic sensor and restricting application loading. This is reported in the SELLCELL service report.
Analysts for the purchase and sale of smartphones surveyed about five thousand users of Android devices in the United States on the topic of relationship to the iPhone. According to the results of the survey, only 18.3 percent of consumers would like to move from their device on the iPhone 13 after its release. For comparison in 2020, 33.1 percent of Android gadget owners were ready to change the phone for the sake of iPhone 12.
also surveyed listed the main drawbacks of Apple smartphones. In the first place – 31.9 percent – the respondents placed the absence of a dactyloscopic sensor. According to users, when wearing a mask, unlock the phone with Face ID is inconvenient: “Fingerprint scanners are the main function of most Android devices.” 16.7 percent of respondents stated that they were not satisfied with the limitations of iOS, 12.8 percent of consumers said that they did not like the restriction on downloading applications from other sources, except the App Store.
Also 12.1 percent of users stated that the Android phones in the bulk more productive than the iPhone. 10.4 percent of respondents noted that they fear for their privacy – this is due to the fact that Apple has recently announced the intention to scan iPhone users for the presence of images of child abuse.
The positive features of Apple smartphones were called long-term support for updates – 51.4 percent, a developed ecosystem – 23.8 percent, a high degree of data confidentiality – 11.4 percent.
In the middle of the summer, Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman (Mark Gurman) said that the new Apple smartphone would receive the feature of Android phones. Gourmet told about the ALWAYS-On-Display features, which allows display information to display without the need to activate the screen or unlocking the device.