According to the results of a new survey organized by SellCell, Apple users are disappointed with the iPhone 13 line and the Apple Watch Series 7.
The survey asked 5,000 US iPhone users aged 18 and over what they thought of the new iPhone 13 and Apple Watch Series 7.
64% of people said the iPhone 13 range is “not very much” O “for nothing“Exciting. 21.5% believe that the new iPhones are “rather“Interesting and only 14.4% stated that they are”extremely” O “veryInteresting.
Among the interviewees, only 23.3% intend to switch to a model from the iPhone 13 range, down from 20.5% two months ago when the new iPhones had not yet been announced. This data indicates a certain disappointment for the innovations presented by Apple on these models.
Among those planning to upgrade to one of Apple’s new smartphones, the i6.1-inch Phone 13 Pro it is by far the most popular choice with 42.5% of responses. The 6.7-inch iPhone 13 Pro Max comes in second with 26.3%, followed by the “standard” iPhone with 22%. Last place, certainly not surprisingly, for the iPhone 13 mini with 9.2% of the preferences. It is no coincidence that Apple seems intent on not confirming the 5.4-inch model with the iPhone 14 line.
As for the reasons that push these people to buy an iPhone 13, in the first place we find the Pro Motion display and longer battery life. Many users have replied that they will upgrade because they own an old iPhone, take advantage of the Upgrade Program or are used to update their smartphones annually. Surprisingly, only 5.4% of respondents plan to buy iPhone 13 for the improved camera, while among the last places we find the new 1 TB storage option with 3.2% of the preferences. Very few people, only 1.5%, will buy the new iPhones due to the presence of a smaller notch or the new colors.
Among those who are not willing to buy iPhone 13, one of the shortcomings reported by 29.3% of people is that of Touch ID. 19.5% said there were no important features to justify the upgrade, while others reported the lack of the always-on display, USB-C port and ProMotion on standard models. 36.8% of respondents said they will not buy the new models because they intend to wait for the iPhone 14, while 16.1% will switch to an Android device.
With regard to Apple Watch, only 7.5% of iPhone users said they want to buy the new Series 7.