The cell phone market today is very diverse, because of the utilities practically every person has one of these devices in their pocket. Within this market, the dominant brand is the iPhone, which is slowly filling up with more users as some become disenchanted with Android.
As discussed in a new report, 10 to 15 percent of older Android users have decided to move to the competition, and it may be because Apple can instill a little more confidence in them. And although safety is also a factor, it seems fashion and trends are also involved.
In this report, a general survey of the customers has also been conducted, and the vast majority mention that they have moved for reasons of accessibility and their previous phones have not worked for them as they would like. For its part, iOS has special features that many people want to use and that is why they have not thought before buying one.
In addition, currently in Android the models of good power are really high, and instead Apple offers something almost identical to the figures that can be accommodated in some pockets without budget. This shows that they have been able to match the market, as it used to be a luxury to get something from this company, but apparently that is changing.
Editor’s Note: In my case, I find Android more confusing to use than the iPhone, which is why I prefer Apple, although I don’t deny that it has flaws. In the end it is the customer who decides.