9.3% of Current U.S. iPhone Owners Are Planning to Switch to iPhone 7

According to the results of the poll conducted among the U.S. customers, only 9.3% of current iPhone users are planning to upgrade to the newer iPhone 7 this year. The reason for such poor results is connected with rumors suggesting the iPhone 7 lineup will largely resemble the iPhone 6s lineup externally. If Apple changes the design of the iPhone in 2016, 25.2% of current users may upgrade.

An online poll of U.S. iPhone owners found that only 9.3% were planning to upgrade to the iPhone 7 due to the expected design being so similar to the iPhone 6/6s. That contrasts with 25.2% who would upgrade for a brand new design.

The poll is based on the votes from 525 U.S. customers who represent various social groups.

It is unclear whether Apple is planning a major iPhone redesign for 2017 to mark the 10th anniversary of the device or simply wants to switch to the three-year upgrade cycle.

iPhone 7 is expected to be released in September. So far, we have seen very controversial rumors about the device.

[via 9to5Mac]

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Written by Andrey

Wednesday, July 20, 2016. 16:40

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