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Survey Shows 1-in-5 Apple Users Do Not Like ‘iPhone 13’ Name

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Based on a new survey carried out by SellCell, 1-in-5 Apple users do not like the ‘iPhone 13’ name, with a whopping 74% saying they would prefer a different name than ‘iPhone 13’ for Apple’s next-gen iPhones.


Naming the next apple smartphone

The survey found 18.3% of Apple users to be triskaidekaphobic (having fear of number ’13’). Nearly 38% of users voted ‘iPhone (2021)’ as the most suitable name. Other top responses were, iPhone 13 (26%), iPhone 21 (16%), iPhone 12S (13%), iPhone 14 (7%).

Furthermore, a majority of Apple users (64%) would rather wait for new iPhones to come out than buy an iPhone 12 right now if an upgrade is due, whereas more than half (52.6%) are “slightly” or “not at all” excited about the new iOS/iPadOS 15 update.

Upgraded wallet (23%), advanced Spotlight search (17.3%), ‘Find My’ feature to track switched-off or erased devices (14.2%), SharePlay (10.1%), LiveText (9%) are among the most liked features of the new software.

Interactive widgets (32.3%), always-on display (21%), pro tools (Xcode, Final Cut Pro, etc.) for iPad (14.9%), better external display support for iPad (13.2%), and support for multiple user accounts (8%) are among the top missing features.

Browsing history (27.3%), messages (16.4%), Keychain passwords (13.7%), purchase history (12.1%), and credit card information (9.2%) topped the list of data to be excluded from sharing with a legacy contact.

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