According to the latest survey report released by market research firm SellCell, Apple users in the U.S. are still hoping for a “mini” model of the iPhone in the future and are most looking forward to the new design of the iPhone 15.
In this survey, SellCell asked more than 2,500 Apple iPhone users if they planned to upgrade to the iPhone 14 Series in the near future. 13.6 percent of them said they had already done so, 29.7 percent said they were considering upgrading in the near future, and of the 56.7 percent of respondents who had no plans to upgrade, 45.3 percent said they planned to Of the 56.7% of respondents who have no plans to upgrade, 45.3% said they plan to extend the use of their existing phones.
When looking ahead to the iPhone 15 model, these respondents said they most want Apple to make adjustments to the exterior design. 35.2 percent of users want Apple’s iPhone 15 model to have significant improvements in appearance; 30.3 percent want Apple to offer new colors.
In the survey, 28.8 percent of users want to see the return of accessories such as EarPods and power adapters; 23.9 percent want iPhone 15 to have a periscopic zoom camera; 23.6 percent want to see the return of Touch ID and 20.3 percent want iPhone to switch to USB-C; 11.7 percent want Lingering Island to be extended to the entire 11.7 percent would like to see Spirit Island expanded to the entire iPhone 15 lineup; 8.5 percent would like to see the return of the mini model, and 6.6 percent said they prefer a smaller device and would not buy iPhone 14 Plus.