Android Users Upgrade Their Phones More Often Than iOS Users


Android and iOS from Google and Apple are the two terms when it comes to being the power source of smartphones and tablets. In that its UI and fundamental functions are often more modifiable from top to bottom, Android, which is Linux-based and partially open source, resembles a PC more than iOS. These two varied operating systems sometimes have some terms in them even after having several things odd. The Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) report highlights the increasing popularity of Android smartphones day by day. In turn, it results in a greater number of units selling on an annual basis on the US market.

However, Android and iOS still stand for two opposing ideologies: the dependability promised by Apple and the liberties provided by Google, especially when it comes to personalization.

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The US market share of Android and iOS is almost equal, and the reason for this may be Android’s greater sales than iPhones. In other words, Android users switch phones more frequently than iPhone users. The released graph effectively captures the main difference between people who use Android and iOS-powered smartphones. The former maintain their device for more than a year in 77% of cases, while the latter do so in 90% of situations.

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It was claimed that among individuals, only 21% of Android users and 29% of iPhone users like to have their smartphones in their hands for more than three years. The CIRP team clarifies that there might be a number of things, like the lower cost of Android smartphones in comparison to iPhones and the devices’ longer lifespan. The third and most important one is Android’s wide selection, which comes from a multitude of manufacturers and models and would encourage users to switch devices far more frequently than iOS, which only releases models annually, most of which are essentially replicas of the previous generation with no new innovation.

The primary reason for users of Google’s mobile operating system switching to new handsets more frequently is yet unknown. While software upgrades may have played a role in the past,

Several things apart, however, Android has made some major advancements in the last few years in this aspect. Sticking up to Samsung can result in some good, as they are the most significant and well-liked company among Android users.

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