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Thursday, 18 August 2011 10:15

iPhone users are superior beings, survey finds

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Also smug, vain and more likely to text while driving
A new survey reveals some interesting differences between average Android and iOS users, ranging from consumer habits to political views. The unscientific survey conducted by hunch.com found that iPhone users tend to be wealthier, more educated and more liberal compared to their Android counterparts. Women are apparently more interested in iPhones, and so are fancy city folk.

The Android camp prefers saving more money, and they are likely to be politically conservative and less travelled that iPhone users. On the other hand, some 27 percent of iPhone users claim they tend to lead, while 71 percent of Android users tend to follow, so Hitler and Stalin would probably prefer iPhones. So much for being in good company.

Android users are 12 percent more likely to own a pet, while Apple fans seem to believe their gadgets are pets. In the culture and media department, Android users seem to be more into gothic stuff and surrealism, while the Apple crowd is into minimalism and Bauhaus.

Both Android and Apple users seem to have horrible taste in movies and music, but at least we can relate to Android folks in the food and drink survey. They like steaks and popcorn, while Apple lovers are into yogurt, sushi and tapas.

Apple users are also more likely to text while driving. Good, let them.

More here.


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+6 #1 Jigar 2011-08-18 10:50
ROFL,the survey sarcastically says Android people have more brain...
 
 
+3 #2 trae32566 2011-08-18 11:48
Quote:
Apple users are also more likely to text while driving. Good, let them.


Amen, tired of the smug little ****s saying their phone is so much better.

Quote:
On the other hand, some 27 percent of iPhone users claim they tend to lead, while 71 percent of Android users tend to follow, so Hitler and Stalin would probably prefer iPhones.


So what you're saying is, 29% of Android users tend to *lead*, and 27% of iOS users tend to lead? Don't twist the facts man, 29 > 27, unless there's a hidden stat you forgot to mention.
 
 
-11 #3 TinHat 2011-08-18 11:49
You forgot to mention Apple users were more likely to be satisfied with their devices ease of use, fluid swipes, and 'one download updates all' simplicity. Androids 29 different types of phone software is a pain to upgrade unless your phone is deemed worthy by the manufacturer. And i haven'y even touched on the budget android phones that shoehorn in software that it clearly struggles with. Just thought i'd open that can of worms... ;-)
 
 
+5 #4 trae32566 2011-08-18 11:58
Quoting TinHat:
You forgot to mention Apple users were more likely to be satisfied with their devices ease of use, fluid swipes, and 'one download updates all' simplicity. Androids 29 different types of phone software is a pain to upgrade unless your phone is deemed worthy by the manufacturer. And i haven'y even touched on the budget android phones that shoehorn in software that it clearly struggles with. Just thought i'd open that can of worms... ;-)


Where are your statistics...at least the writer referenced a valid survey, versus you pulling this out of your ass. Also, for the sake of my eyes, please learn how to spell, I know you're used to auto-correct, but it pays off to know how to spell things correctly in the first place :-)
 
 
+7 #5 Mr. Awesome 2011-08-18 12:18
Simplicity defines Apple and its users. The software limitations drives me mad. These iPhone buyers are the same people who think iTunes is a good product. Hell, even WMP is more functional and intuitive. That's as big of an insult as one can give. Fluid swipes? That's a noteworthy selling feature? If so, then even the Blackberry Torch offers better fluidity, and yes my household has one along with an iPhone 4. One of my kids foolishly bought into the whole Apple propaganda and was sorely disappointed. Now she's stuck with an overpriced, inferior phone with software designed for a 6 year old kid. The iPhone gets constant complaints such as "I can't do that with this phone".
 
 
+4 #6 Kryojenix 2011-08-18 12:52
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The unscientific survey
... could pretty much stop reading there.
 
 
-1 #7 Dvich 2011-08-18 13:07
100 - 71 = 29
29 > 27
Hence, Staling and Hitler would prefer Android.

Go back to school Pet.
 
 
+1 #8 Jigar 2011-08-18 13:10
Quoting TinHat:
You forgot to mention Apple users were more likely to be satisfied with their devices ease of use, fluid swipes, and 'one download updates all' simplicity. Androids 29 different types of phone software is a pain to upgrade unless your phone is deemed worthy by the manufacturer. And i haven'y even touched on the budget android phones that shoehorn in software that it clearly struggles with. Just thought i'd open that can of worms... ;-)


/slowly but loudly speaks: How was the survey ?
 
 
+4 #9 bardenck 2011-08-18 15:04
Quoting trae32566:
Quoting TinHat:
You forgot to mention Apple users were more likely to be satisfied with their devices ease of use, fluid swipes, and 'one download android phones that shoehorn in software that it clearly struggles with. Just thought i'd open that can of worms... ;-)


Where are your statistics...at least the writer referenced a valid survey, versus you pulling this out of your ass. Also, for the sake of my eyes, please learn how to spell, I know you're used to auto-correct, but it pays off to know how to spell things correctly in the first place :-)



your forgetting he is a superior being :D :-*
 
 
-4 #10 TinHat 2011-08-18 22:01
Quoting trae32566:


Where are your statistics...at least the writer referenced a valid survey, versus you pulling this out of your ass. Also, for the sake of my eyes, please learn how to spell, I know you're used to auto-correct, but it pays off to know how to spell things correctly in the first place :-)


Making a typo is called a gaffe nothing else, i suggest you lighten up Mr.A.Wipe. Regarding this proof thing you ask for, i read a lot and i learn a lot (Experientia docet). The day this blog site becomes half as scientific as behardware or Anandtech et al then I'll respond appropriately with your exciting links. Until that day you get smilies and sarcastic comments as it deserves. £ucknugget!
 

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