In the land of wearables, there are plenty of options with cross-platform support, but many that don’t as well. So when HTC, a company well known for its Android efforts, unveils a new wearable that boasts iOS support, it’s at least worth mentioning.
We’ve already seen plenty of physical mockups of iPhone 6. We’ve seen it in silver, in gold and space gray, it has been compared to an iPhone 5s to give us an idea of how the larger iPhone will stack up against the 4-inch iPhone, the 5th generation iPod touch to highlight the design similarities and even compared to Samsung’s latest flagship Android phone, the Galaxy S5.
It’s been almost a month since HTC launched its latest flagship the One M8. A new survey conducted during this period by CompareMyMobile has found that a large number of upgrades came from its predecessor, the HTC One from 2013, which accounted for about 46.18% of all the trade-ins seen during the period. However, the report also reveals that over 23.74% users who upgraded to the new HTC flagship were iPhone customers.