Only 6% of mobile phone users in Pakistan have an iPhone

IPhones are among the most expensive phones in Pakistan. It is not surprising that few people use them, given the fragile economy of the country and the low cost of living. Continue reading: Apple is rumored to be working on a camera lens for the Apple Watch. With the latest Stat Counter update, this is put into perspective. According to Stat Counter, an internet counter that tracks global data, just 6.04 percent of mobile phones in Pakistan are on iOS devices. Unsurprisingly, Android phones are used by 93.13 percent of smartphone users. KaiOS and other lesser-known phone systems make up the remaining 0.83 percent.

There are a variety of reasons why iPhones are not widely used in Pakistan. To begin with, the price of the iPhone is also very high due to import duties, sales tax, and other factors. In India, the iPhone 13 base costs roughly Rs. 230,000. Read more: Moto G82 5G to launch in India on March 7: Check specifications (Leaked) Android phones, on the other hand, are available in several price points, starting at Rs. 15,000 and raised to Rs. 100,000 and more. This allows users to choose the phone that best suits their needs.

Mention the fact that there are many brands to choose from, expand your possibilities. As a result, almost anyone these days can give an Android phone. For the latest Technology News Follow BOL News on Google Accounts. Read more on the latest Tech News on bolnews.com Bring all Pakistan News, Sci-Tech News, Breaking News Events and Latest News Updates on BOL News Download the BOL News app to get updated Daily News & Live News.