Original title: The survey shows: 49% of the US Android users consider changing Apple iPhone, iPhone 13 Pro Max users feel safer than Samsung S22 Ultra
IT House News on August 17, a survey showed that 49% of Android users are considering using Apple iPhone because they are "considered advantages" in security and privacy. In addition, consumers report that using iPhone 13 Pro Max is safer than Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Beyond Identity investigated 1003 Americans on mobile security habits and emotions. The survey showed that 76% of Apple users are safer to iOS. In contrast, 74% of Android users have the same view.
According to the user group survey of each smartphone, the iPhone 13 Pro Max feels much safer than Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. In fact, many iPhone 13 users said that their smartphones are the safest smartphones.
The main findings of the study also show how cloud services affect Apple iOS and Android users:
The 20% iCloud keybar user feels very safe, while only 13% of the Google password manager users have the same feeling;
27% of Apple users feel that using iCloud is very safe, and 22% of Google Drive users also feel the same.
Because the newly released operating system has improved security functions, the survey shows that thanks to the attractiveness of the iOS 16 system to be launched, 33% of Android users are considering switching to Apple iPhone. One of the top security functions of this operating system is locking mode.
Studies have shown that iPhone users are also more active in digital security, and they are more likely to choose six -digit -passwords instead of four -digit -to -digits to unlock their mobile phones.
iPhone users also prefer to monitor their location tracking and use facial recognition -no Android phone can provide the same technology as Apple.
In the end, it is not unimportant that the respondents were asked to share their iPhone and Android phones' experience in security vulnerabilities. The study found:
"Apple and Android users are no stranger to hacking and security vulnerabilities: 40% or more people in these two groups have experienced malware attacks or network fraud. The user report has never encountered any form of security vulnerabilities. When the data leak does happen, compared with Android users, the possibility of being fully restored to lost data is 20 percentage points. It is because they are more likely to report mobile phones often -have often up to 6 or more times in the past six months. "