According to a new survey by SellCell, users seem to be dissatisfied with Apple’s upcoming iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 updates. The survey shows that Americans over 18 years of age are divided between men and women, what do they think about the naming of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and the upcoming iPhone 13.
More than 50% of survey respondents said that iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 updates are only "slightly" or "not at all" exciting. 28.1% of people rated these updates as "a bit" excited, but only 19.3% felt "very" or "excited" about them.
Among iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 functions, 23% of users said that the most exciting upgrade is the ID card in the wallet app, 17.3% of users are most excited about the enhanced Spotlight search function, and 14.2% of users are interested in the new Find My function is the most exciting.
In addition to the iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 updates, the survey also revolved around the upcoming iPhone 13 naming method. As many as one-fifth of iPhone and iPad users said they would be disgusted by the name "iPhone 13. Respondents were also asked how they think Apple should name its upcoming series of iPhone models.
Interestingly, most respondents said that these devices should not be called "iPhone 13". 38% said that Apple should simply call its next smartphone series "iPhone (2021)", 26% think "iPhone 13" is the best name, and only 13% say they want to watch These devices are called "iPhone 12S".