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Android Users are more Humble and Better Driver than iPhone Users

The age-old debate of iPhone versus Android users has long been a topic of discussion among smartphone enthusiasts. While both devices have their strengths and weaknesses, a recent study by Jerry, a smartphone insurance comparator, sheds light on the differences in behavior and personality traits between iPhone and Android users. According to the study conducted by Jerry, which analyzed the driving behavior of 20,000 drivers over a 14-day period, Android users scored higher than iPhone users in various driving sub-scores, including acceleration, speed, braking, turning, and distraction.

Phone Checking

The report suggests that iPhone users were more prone to checking their phones while driving, which is a dangerous habit and can lead to accidents on the road.


The study also revealed that Android users exhibited higher levels of honesty and were less drawn to luxury compared to iPhone users. The report suggests that Android users were more conscientious and felt less temptation to break rules, while iPhone users showed higher levels of emotionality and were less consistent and predictable in their behavior.


The study also found that most iPhone users were younger than Android users, and age played a key role in safe driving. Younger drivers tend to be more adventurous and take more risks while driving, which can lead to accidents on the road. Older drivers, on the other hand, are more cautious and have a smaller risk appetite, which makes them safer drivers overall.


The study suggest that Android users are more humble and better drivers than iPhone users. This could be due to differences in personality traits or cultural factors.

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