According to news from Fast Technology on June 5, "A large number of Android users fled for iPhone" went viral, which also aroused heated discussion among domestic users.
Let's take a look at how this came to this conclusion. Google released the latest data, showing that Android 13 currently accounts for less than 15% of devices. In the US market, about 15% of users have switched from Android phones to iPhone.
Whether this is the case or not, at least this conclusion is very eye-catching, and the situation in which domestic users choose iPhone may not be the same.
According to iResearch and many other domestic research institutions, in today's general rise in smartphone prices, Android prices are much faster than everyone expected, and users are more rational to buy iPhone.
Compared with Android, iPhone is now a key point to attract domestic users, of course, brand influence, iOS system and other traditional advantages are also among them.
If the iPhone was expensive before, now Apple is much more pragmatic. Not long after the release of iPhone 14, Apple has cut prices twice for the first time in China, and some platforms have greater discounts, which has become uncomfortable with Android phones with high performance-to-price ratios.
Many users even say bluntly that iPhone is now synonymous with performance-to-price ratio, at least in the high-end market. Do you think it is more cost-effective to look at Android high-end phones that often start with 6K+ or Apple?
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