iPhone vs Galaxy S5

There's a significant number of iFans in the UK who are fed up with
 waiting for an iPhone with a larger screen and have jumped ship to the
 Samsung Galaxy S5 as a result. It turns out that 26% of new Samsung Galaxy S5
 users have switched from the iPhone in Britain; a huge increase from the 12% new
 adoption rate of the previous year. The rates were lower in Europe: a 17% turnover,
 but the region with the highest level of Apple loyalty is the USA. In the States,
 only 8% of new S5 buyers were former iPhone users.

It's interesting to see
 that such a high number of iPhone users are now opting for the S5, especially
with rumors that the iPhone 6 will have a larger screen. The projected release
date of Apple's next flagship phone is slated for September, so there may b
e more Apple turncoats before then. However, it should be noted that the
 Galaxy S5 still lags behind the iPhone 5c and 5s in the UK, which are the
number one and two highest selling handsets in the region. 11.1% of all phones
 were iPhone 5cs, 11% of the market belongs to the 5s, and the Galaxy S5
comes in third with 9% of the mobile phone market.