- Oct 16, 2018
Or for the rest of us non rabid anti Apple people, when people buy a new phone, the term used is “upgrade” because they are generally coming from an old phone."According to CIRP, 16% of iPhone Xr buyers upgraded from an Android device."
Whew - iPropaganda right there!
Oh, and surveys of this type are generally done using a representative sample of people.Kinda left this out, which is key :
This report is based on a survey of 165 US Apple customers that purchased an iPhone in the US in the 30 days after the iPhone XR launch on October 26, 2018
Migrated ?Or for the rest of us non rabid anti Apple people, when people buy a new phone, the term used is “upgrade” because they are generally coming from an old phone.
165 US customers isn't representative, Spizz. You're smarter than that?Oh, and surveys of this type are generally done using a representative sample of people.
Or it’s just you with your agenda not understanding the term in cell phone parlanceMigrated ?
But you're right - maybe hey're not really understanding the term though ...
raise (something) to a higher standard, in particular improve (equipment or machinery) by adding or replacing components.
synonyms:improve, better, make better, ameliorate, reform, enhance, add to, customize, touch up; More
It’s a survey that people use as a tool to gauge trends in Apples biggest market. That’s all. Nothing else unless you are scrambling to stamp your rabid agenda all over it.165 US customers isn't representative, Spizz. You're smarter than that?
You can try change it as much as you want ; but the fact remains that it isn't representative with that small a sample.
You have to accept it. I’m right.Ah ... ok ... semantics , a difference is out understanding of the word 'upgrade' :/
You're really grasping at straws, but hey - I'll accept it
So to be clear :
165 x US customers is representative ?
And one can upgrade from a Ferrari to a Fiesta?
I just don't feel 165 customers from a single country is a decent size - that's all. XR is sold everywhere, right?You have to accept it. I’m right