Survey Findings: 40% of U.S. Teens Own an Apple iPhone, 44% Own Tablets
Findings from a new study of 7,700 teens surveyed by Piper Jaffray.
40% own an iPhone, up from 34% in Spring 2012 and 23% in Fall 2011
62% planned to buy an iPhone as their next phone; Samsung was next at 22%
44% owned a tablet, up from 34% in Spring 2012 and 29% in Fall 2011
72% of those tablets were iPads, up from 70% in Spring 2012
Of the 20% of students who didn’t own a tablet, but plan to buy one in the next 6 months, 74% want an iPad
43% of teens planning on buying a tablet said they would be more likely to do so if Apple released a smaller iPad at $299.
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