According to StatCounter’s data, in the global operating system, Android has accounted for 39.49%, ranking first in the 36.62% over Windows.
However, even so, a statistic for young people in the United States shows that their loyalty and affection for the iPhone are still astonishingly high.
The investigator was Piper Jaffray, an investment company. More than 6,000 U.S. citizens in 40 states (mostly high school students) were interviewed. The average age is 16 years old, of which 82% currently use the iPhone, and they use Android phones. Than 11%.
It can be seen that from the spring of 2014 to the spring of 2018, not only did the proportion of young users using the iPhone increase, but at the same time everyone hopes that the next mobile phone is iPhone, which is a higher percentage, reaching 84%.
This proves that at least 3% of non-iPhone users consider the next mobile phone to be Apple iPhone.
At the same time, the survey also focused on the popularity of smart watches, of which 15% use Apple Watch and 20% of respondents plan to start an Apple Watch within the next 6 months.
Of course, this is only the case of the U.S. market. Because the iPhone does not support dual-card dual standby, no native application dual-opening, small battery capacity, and slow charging, the amount of domestic users’ ownership has never been higher in the United States.