Is it enough to help Apple attract premium Android users? Well, a solid 23% say it is. They can choose from the iPhone SE at $ 400, the iPhone 12 at $ 600-700 or one of the Pro models at $ 1,000 +, depending on their needs.
New in iOS 14: Home screen widgets • Application library • Improved privacy • iMessage improvements
Of course, Apple does not have phones in the mid-rangers market for less than $ 400, except used devices, while the manufacturers of Android offer really impressive phones in this range. Owners of such androids see no reason to pay a premium for iOS.
In addition, many believe that iOS is still following Android, especially when it comes to personalization. And it’s true, it took 14 versions for Apple to let you choose your browser application. So if your Android UI looks nothing like the original installation, iOS 14 is not for you.
If you value privacy and long-term software support, however, iOS has several new features that will make former Android users feel at home.