78% of Teens in the US own smartphones Apple, 82% plan to buy an iPhone
Investment company Piper Jaffray has published the results of another study of the U.S. market, which is held every six months.
The study showed that 78% of American Teens own smartphones by Apple, which is 2% more than it was this spring. In addition, 82% of Teens said that their next smartphone will be iPhone — an absolute record for all time of carrying out such studies.
17% of respondents also plan for the next six months to buy an Apple watch (in the spring, the figure was 13%).
In the survey participated 6100 teenagers from 44 U.S. States, whose average age was 16 years, and the average annual income of their families is equal to 66.1 thousand dollars.
Yesterday we wrote that Apple devices have 64% of Americans.