More Teens than Ever Now Having an iPhone
Apple’s new iPhones are selling like hotcakes, according to third-party data from analysts in the largest markets worldwide, and partially responsible for the strong demand is the teen category of buyers.
Research conducted by Piper Jaffray reveals that no less than 83 percent of the teenagers in the United States already have an iPhone, which is the highest ownership share ever reached by Apple’s smartphone.
This is an increase of 1% from the results announced last year, according to a report from AI.
What’s also important for Apple is that the intent to purchase an iPhone is currently at record levels. No less than 86 percent of the respondents said they plan to buy a new iPhone, with the same figure also recorded in a similar survey earlier this year in the spring.
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