In a fascinating iPhone statistic being revealed, Tech giant Apple has claimed that on an average iPhone users unlock their device 80 times a day. The figure was revealed by the the California-based company during a press briefing on iPhone security, the Verge reports. Also Read - iPhone 13 launch date and more details tipped as part of new leaksAlso Read - iPhone 12 Mini reaches end of production already, say rumours
Around 89 percent of iPhone owners use either a fingerprint to unlock their device with TouchID or a multi-digit numeric passcode, Apple said.
Apple also said that the the life cycle for the iPhones and Apple Watch was up to three years whereas OSX and AppleTV devices had four years of life cycle.Apple also clarifies that this isn t the first time it has made such disclosures. Apple in its new Environmental Responsibility Report 2016 details about its initiatives for green energy. The company said it that it has plans to set up over 4 gigawatts of new clean energy worldwide, including 2 gigawatts in China by 2020.