Android is no longer just the most popular mobile operating system. It turns out that according to the latest research, the hardware with this software is running more stable and less often than the hardware from Apple.

This type of data comes from a report that was created by Blancco Technology Group. The document covers the time range from the beginning of January this year until the end of the first quarter. The total number of Android devices during this period was about 50%, while the same index for iOS devices grew to 68% . Unfortunately, for both Android and Cupertino, the numbers are constantly growing (of course, to our disadvantage). By the end of 2016, the failure rate was 47% for Android and 62% for iOS respectively . The report also suggests that the two latest Apple smartphones, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, are devices that are most likely to fail. Over the course of a few months, the iPhone 7's failure has increased from 3 to as much as 10 percentage points. Among Samsung's smartphones is Samsung. The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones received respectively 9 and 8 percentage points on failure (against all available smartphones). Three-year Galaxy S5 occupies the podium of reliability with only 5%. The data itself looks interesting and I will be happy to see how they will be shaping up towards the end of the year, after the launch of several new Android and Apple devices. So far, however, you can overthrow the myth that iPhone's are reliable. Source: BTG