Most iPhone owners are disappointed with iPhone 13

Three weeks after the release of the iPhone 13, it turns out that most of the brand's supporters were not satisfied with the novelty. According to the survey, only a little more than 23 percent of those surveyed intend to buy the latest model of the iPhone.

SellCell service has launched an interesting survey, which surveyed about 5,000 adult Americans who own an iPhone. The results were quite surprising. Almost two-thirds of respondents said they had no interest in the new model, 21 percent said they had little interest and only 14 percent admitted that the novelty was very interested in them.

Even more unexpected were the results of the survey on the purchase of the iPhone 13. The smartphone was willing to buy only 23 percent of respondents, while a month ago there were almost half of them in a similar survey.

By the way, among the reasons for the low interest in the new model respondents named the lack of a fingerprint sensor, the Always-on Display option, and in general the lack of innovation.