The insurance company took into account the driving behaviour of 20,000 drivers over almost 13 million kilometres (8 million miles). Android users emerged as winners in five categories – including speed, distraction, braking, and accelerating as shown in the graph below. Android Users Make Safer Drivers Than iPhone Owners, A New Survey Finds.
The never-ending disputes between iPhones and Android devices mainly centre on specifications, design, and price. A recent poll, however, has gone a step further to determine whether of the two, an Android or an iPhone user, is the better driver. If you’re a bad driver, you’re more likely to own an Apple iPhone. According to a poll performed in the United States by the insurance firm Jerry, Android users are safer drivers than iPhone owners. According to a new survey, Android users are safer drivers than iPhone owners.
The report by Jerry also mentioned that iPhone users are younger, make more money, and don’t even want to date someone with an Android device. On the other hand, Android users have been found to be more “open, honest, and humble.” It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what may be influencing Android users to drive better, but studies like this one could help researchers deep-dive into the correlation between different smartphones and safe driving. iPhone 14 Pro Models Will Sport A New ‘Pill-And-Hole’ Notch Design, Leaks Say What do you think about these findings? Let us know in the comments below. For more in the world of technology and science, keep reading Indiatimes.com.
Surprisingly, improved driving capabilities among Android users over iPhone users had nothing to do with age, for the study took into account people aged between 18-65. In all six age-specific categories, Android users emerged as better drivers. Apple Working On Galaxy Z Fold Style Displays For iPhones: All You Need To Know Android Users Are Safer Drivers Than iPhone Owners, A New Survey Finds. The report also adds that the study had twice as many iPhone users as Android users. Even then, Android users scored better on all variables in terms of driving. In addition, Jerry also assessed the educational background and credit scores of all participants to find that Android users performed better even in these arenas.