According to the study, Android users are better at this task than iPhone users

Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android? When you pit users of an operating system against each other, the debate continues endlessly, making it difficult to pick a winner. Both iPhone and Android users will point out the differences in operating systems and brag about their favorite features. Now a new study has given Android users another reason to brag about their superiority over iPhone users. The study examined the driving habits of both groups. And according to the results, Android users turned out to be safer and better drivers than iPhone users.

This may seem strange to some, but here is a full description of how the research was conducted.

The study was conducted by an auto insurance comparison service called Jerry. The sample pool for this study was quite large as it analyzed the driving trends of 20,000 drivers in the US over a 14-day period. The conclusions were only drawn after these drivers were observed covering more than 13 million kilometers driven over those 14 days.

A report from the Android Authority said the test was divided into six categories – 1) overall safe driving, 2) distracted driving, 3) speed, 4) turning, 5) accelerating, and 6) braking.

In all of these six categories, Android users proved to be the safer drivers. In “distracted driving,” Android users scored six points higher than their iPhone counterparts, making it the category with the largest performance difference between the two groups.

To delve deeper into this study, here are some interesting observations.

In these cases, the framework favored iPhone users, but Android users still won. Single Android users outperformed married iPhone users. Android users who did not own a home scored higher than iPhone users who did own a home. Android users with low credit scores were better drivers than iPhone users with the best credit scores. Android users without a high school diploma performed better than iPhone users with a high school diploma.

Aside from the general findings, there were some notable findings. For example, older married people, homeowners who lived in the Midwest, a bachelor’s degree or higher, and stronger credit scores scored highest overall on both platforms. According to the study, Android users are better at this task than iPhone users

Ryan Sederquist

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