Technical experts have made a wonderful rating on smartphones, the most frequently breaking down or running with errors and failures. As it turned out, in the second quarter the iPhone first appeared less reliable than the Android-devices. Although we can see that Apple releases new operating system updates faster than Google and provides those updates across generations of iPhone’s. A new report shows that you may still want Dealing with Apple’s customer care department has always been a pleasure compared to dealing with rival companies, and iPhone’s themselves have historically been very reliable, offering a consistently smooth user experience that people love.
According to Blancco’s data, iPhone’s had an overall failure rate of 58% in Q2 2016. That figure ballooned from just 25% in the prior quarter. Meanwhile the rate of failure across all Android devices covered in the study was just 35%, down from 44% in the first quarter of 2016. At the same time, Android-devices showed the level of failure in 35%, for the first time once more reliable compared to iOS.
Among the Apple devices the greatest number of complaints received on the iPhone 6 (29%), iPhone 6s (23%) and iPhone 6s Plus (14%). A more robust were iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 5s – the result of 13% and 8% respectively.
If you understand what manufacturers produce very “buggy” Android smartphones, the rating is headed by Samsung. 26% of the errors come to the South Korean brand. Next come LeTV Lenovo and the Chinese company, Motorola 11%. The most bad smartphone on Android was Le 1S with 10% at Le 1S Eco 7%, followed by Lenovo Vibe K5 Plus (6%), Vibe P1m (4%) and K3 Note (4%). All of this cost model Lenovo.
Waw the results of survey is so surprising.
Apps crashed on exactly 50% of the iPhone’s included in Blancco’s study, while just 23% of Android devices experienced app crashes.
Experts found that Apple’s iPhone 6 experienced the highest failure rate among iPhone’s at 29%, followed by the iPhone 6s (23%), iPhone 6s Plus (14%), iPhone 6 Plus (13%) and iPhone 5s (8%). Among Android handsets, Samsung phones experienced the highest failure rate at 26%. In terms of the most common failures on each platform, app crashes with the biggest issue on iPhone’s (65%) while problems with the devices themselves were far less common. On Android devices, camera issues (10%) and battery problems (10%) shared the top slot.
On iOS, the biggest culprits for app crashes were
Snapchat (17%), Instagram (14%), Facebook (9%), Facebook Messenger (5%) and Google (3%). The top five on Android phones were Google Play Services (12%), Google Contacts Sync (5%), Address Book (5%), Photos (5%) and Samsung’s TouchWiz Home launcher (5%).
The study of highlights are cause of many remarks and the actions of the users themselves, rather than shortcomings or manage hardware or software. In this regard, experts recommend gadgets lovers to do correctly charge the battery and clean the memory frequently and download system updates.
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