Android to iPhone Switching Trend Dips: CIRP Reports 2% Decrease in 2024

CIRP has done a study to see how many iPhone buyers were previously Android users and why they decided to switch from Android to iPhone.

The people switching from Android smartphones to Apple smartphones peaked the highest in 5 years in 2023 in Spring but now the percentage of these buyers has reduced a bit in the US.

In May 2023, CIRP shared a report that showed that 15% of the Apple buyers were the ones who were switching to iPhone from Android. The average sale price of these iPhones was $1,000. But the latest report by CIRP shows that this new trend of going from Android to iPhone is slowing down a little.

The report by CIRP states that 13% of the Android users switched to iPhone. That is a 2% decrease in the buyers from last year. But it is still higher than the percentages observed in 2020 and 2019, and it’s the same percentage as 2019. In 2022, 15% of people in the US switched from Android to Apple. Now, we will have to see what the percentage will be in 2024. Will there be more iPhone users who will be switching from Android, or will there be a decrease in the percentage? The next report by CIRP will surely tell us.

On the other hand, the Samsung has released its S24 series and the users are loving it. It has also a great customer satisfaction rate, even more than iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro.

CIRP study finds peak in iPhone switch from Android in 2023, but latest report shows slight decline in US.

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