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According to a new study, the main reason why users switch from Android to iOS

Mr. Tim Cook cited "Switcher" as a continuing driver of iPhone growth as Mr. Tim Cook, as Apple's revenue talks with investors. A new survey from PCMag I would like to take a closer look at the biggest reasons for smartphone users to move between iPhone and Android.

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According to a survey of 2,500 US consumers, 29 parents switched the mobile operating system. 11% of these switchers have transitioned from iOS to Android, the other 18% has moved from Android to iOS. According to the questionnaire, what are the main factors behind these switches? price.

Most of smartphone users who switched mobile OS (18%) moved from Android to iOS. Only 11% advanced in the other direction. (I did not ask about Windows Phone or BlackBerry.) Of course, other 71% have not switched cold dead hands, etc. as you know.

29% of those who switched from iOS to Android answered that they were saying that at "better price", 11% said switching from Android to iOS for the same reason. On the other hand, 6% of users who switched from iOS to Android answered that more applications are available for Android, while 4% used the app on iOS.

The only other area Android won the lead was customer service. On the contrary it was 3%, whereas 6% of the switcher from iOS to Android said that so for "better customer service".

On the other hand, 47% of those who switched from Android to iOS said that for a "better user experience". For the same reason, 30% shifted from iOS to Android. Switching to iOS is popular, as "features are improved" such as cameras and designs, software updates are fast (because they are shockers).

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