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Apple information reveals how many users go to Android and it’s amazing!

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The Android war against iOS is always going on, were it not for the main (and until recently almost unique) operating systems for smartphones. Each tries to offer a better experience and features than the other.

And while each has its own strong fan base, Apple brand fans are known for tremendous loyalty, despite being outnumbered by Android. However, Apple’s following may have dwindled somewhat in 2020, when 26 percent of Apple users abandoned their iPhones and switched to Android between Q1 and Q2 2020.

That’s according to a report by Android Central, which gained access to data from Apple’s market research teams. The data was released during the court case between Apple and Epic Games and this process has already released a lot of interesting information.

Apple information reveals how many users go to Android and

The data is the result of market research conducted by Apple to understand how loyal its users were during 2019 and 2020.

According to the data, the percentage of iPhone users who switched to Android during Q3-Q4 of 2019 and Q1-Q2 of 2020 was 19 percent and 26 percent. 26 percent and 12 percent for each quarter, respectively.

The data also revealed that one of the reasons for this change was the increasing price of iPhones, especially during the economic crisis of the pandemic, where, in contrast, Android devices have many more interesting options. Also, most of this change was seen just before the iPhone 12 was released.

Despite this, smartphone sales data continues to point to Apple’s product leadership, which demonstrates that, despite everything, the brand’s fans are, for the most part, loyal to the brand.

Source: AndroidCentral

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