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CNBC conducted a survey that found that SIXTY FOUR PERCENT of Americans own an Apple product! That’s a big increase on a survey done in 2012, when the number lay at 50%. Which is still a lot.
Not only that, but according to the survey the average American household owns 2.6 Apple products.
All very impressive numbers, but keep in mind, and with a grain of salt, that this survey was a poll of just 800 people across America in September of last year.
Still, here’s the rest of the findings:
For Americans with incomes under $30,000, retirees and women over the age of 50, ownerships were below 50%.
The ‘wealthiest Americans own 4.7 Apple products per household, and the ‘poorest’ have one.
There was 3.7 devices per household in the West of the United States, while households in the South owned 2.2 devices on average.
64 percent claimed that the time they spend on an iPhone is “mostly productive and useful,” while 27 percent said that it’s “mostly unproductive.”
So many Apples.