Poll Discovers 22% of iPhone Users Dissatisfied

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29th November 2011 15:08 - Telecommunications

Conducted by GoodMobilePhones.co.uk, a survey of 1,694 Britons over the age of 18 about their satisfaction levels as owners of an Apple iPhone has revealed that approximately a quarter have regrets about their purchase.

Of that 22% group of surveyants, the top reason for being dissatisfied was the ‘grass is always greener’ syndrome, with 43% regretting their decision to go with an iPhone because they were more impressed by new rival smartphones coming onto the market.

A further 25% of this poll group cited short battery life as their reason for being disgruntled. Supporting this, many customers in user reviews have complained that the latest Apple iPhone consumes much more of their battery than the previous iPhone 4. In contrast however, other users have said that their mobile’s battery life improved over time.

The remaining three top five reasons for iPhone disappointment were lack of ‘buttons’ (13%), difficulty with emails (8%) and dissatisfaction with functionality (5%).

In addition, the poll further found that rankings differed according to gender, since 73% of those who had regrets were men, compared to 27% women. 

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