In recent years, especially after the launch of the first iPhone, Apple products, especially Mac they have become a more than common tool in many homes, especially in the United States, where their prices are much cheaper than what we can find in other countries.
Apple currently enjoys a broad and strong user base around the world, but in the United States the base is even higher, since according to a CNBC report, citing data obtained by the All-America Economic Survey, 64% of Americans have at least one Apple product.
Five years ago, that figure was barely 50%., a fairly high figure if we compare it with the rest of the countries where Apple has a presence. This growth is particularly striking, especially due to the long life span of Apple products, especially Macs and iPads, since the iPhone has become a device whose maximum life span is two years at most. According to these data, Americans have an average of 2,6 Apple devices.
The home ownership rate is less than 50 percent for only a few groups, including those with incomes under $ 30,000, retirees, and women over 50. By contrast, 87 percent of Americans with incomes over $ 100.000 report owning at least one Apple product.
Interesting details emerge from the same report. In the south, there are approximately 2,2 Apple devices, while in the west the number of proprietary products increases to 3,7. The richest households in America apparently they have more than 4,7 products per household.
The survey also shows that 64 percent of the public say that time on your smartphone is "mostly productive and useful"while 27 percent say it is "mostly unproductive." Young people in the Midwest and those with only a high school education are more likely to fool around on their smartphones.