It seems like an awe-inspiring that most of the Apple AirPods’ consumers (98%, to be precise) are moreover ‘very satisfied’ or ‘satisfied’ with cordless ear buds. The news originates from a study conducted by one of market research companies in the U.S.
“The general satisfaction level of the customer of 98% puts the record for the uppermost satisfaction level for a fresh product from the company,” said principal analyst at the company Ben Bajarin in a post on the website of the company.
“In 2007, when the iPhone came out, it held a 92% satisfaction level of customer; in 2010, when the iPad came out, it held a 92% satisfaction level of customer; and in 2015, when the Apple Watch came out, it held a 97% satisfaction level of customer.”
The study involves outcome from 942 users of Apple AirPods. While 16% were just ‘satisfied’ from the product, 82% were ‘very satisfied’, all of which directed in a 98% overall rating of satisfaction.
The study also requested users if they can counsel the product to others users or not. Apple AirPods got a civilized score of 75%, as compared to iPhone’s 72%.
Ben Bajarin additionally claimed that the outstanding ratings are a difference since many of the customers are premature users of Apple AirPods. The study additionally summed that users falling in the category of “early bird” habitually give high references for Apple AirPods. A comparable case was also seen for Apple Watch and Amazon Echo devices.
As a fraction of the study, users voting for the device also provided ratings to various specifications of the gadget. They gave 97% to 98% for specifications such as charging case design, time to charge, as well as the process of pairing between the iPhone and the cordless ear buds.
Apple is rumored to declared iOS 11 at the forthcoming WWDC conference in May 2017. It is also claimed to roll out a device falling in the category of smart home appliances, which will be a rival for the Amazon Echo.
But as of now, the world has its eye on the upcoming iPhone.