Apple officially unveiled iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 plus, three exciting new phones that bring several cool features to the apple customers. As usual they are eye-catching and mind blowing smart phones. They have laid the foundation for future of smart phone production. But that is not the only way Apple challenged Android. The 2017 quarterly review of mobile device trends from Blancco Technology Group said that Android phones were more than twice as to fail than Apple’s iPhones.
From the beginning of iPhones, Apple never competing on price with any other brand. Then Android device makers kept lowering the entrance price of the devices and won the customer base. This case helped Google to win the market while Apple kept all the profit.
One other side where Apple could not compete with Android is the possibility of app crashing. According to the studies, the crashing app rate on iOS devices has jumped to 54% in the second quarter, up from 50% in first quarter. But Android has dropped that rate from 18% to 10% in the same time period. Researchers believe that the speed of Apple releases their new iOS updates might cause this. Android users are far more likely to root their phones than iPhone users and that most of iPhones brought in for testing had the Activation Lock enabled.
Android can be fail in Wi-Fi connectivity problems and headset malfunctions to phone reboots third-party app crashes and more. Not as first quarters, failure rates can vary in end of the year. But Apple has launched some of its better sides and wins the market. Therefore we cannot predict much. It will be interesting to see how the release of the iPhone X affects the failure rate of Android in the months ahead to come.