Apple’s iPhone 13 will be officially announced next week. The phone is expected to come with a host of upgrades and new features, but it seems that not many people plan on upgrading to it. This is according to a survey conducted by Savings in which they found that only 10% of those they surveyed plan on upgrading to the iPhone 13.
The survey involved 1,500 iPhone users in which 10% said they would upgrade, while 64% said they had no plans to upgrade, and the remaining 26% said that they were undecided. The survey also found that the features users were most looking forward to was satellite connectivity, a potentially larger battery, and also improvements made to the camera.
That being said, we have to admit that the iPhone 13’s rumored features aren’t quite as exciting as we had hoped, which could explain why many aren’t that eager to upgrade just yet. Analysts have a different outlook on this, though.
According to analysts at JPMorgan, they believe that iPhone 13 sales could exceed investor expectations and could see Apple sell as many as 226 million units in the fiscal year of 2022. It’s definitely too early to tell how well the phone will do, so we’ll just have to wait and see in the coming months.