Don’t get me wrong: I would definitely use iPhone DeX if it came out… at least sometimes, now and then.

But I’m not sure that random John Doe iOSers would use it themselves, however.

Although Twitter polls are not to be ever confused with real statistics and they shoudn’t be considered as a type of scientific measurement whatsoever, I did ask my followers about Samsung’s “desktop Experience” (and used ~1$ to also promote the tweet, targeting specific device users around the world), and… here are the results.

Three quarters of the respondents didn’t know what Samsung DeX was, in the first place.

I think Apple is safe. At least for now. 😉

(Things can, of course, change in the future. But so can Apple’s software and hardware…)

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Software developer at DlhSoft • married • father of two • MacBook enthusiast • writing from Cluj

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Sorin Dolha

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Software developer at DlhSoft • married • father of two • MacBook enthusiast • writing from Cluj

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