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In U.S More Iphone 7 Users As Compered To Other Country


Now currently reported Apple has more iPhone users in the U.S, from all over the world. In the history at any point it’s been the iPhone 7 models driving its most recent growth push. Reported by comScore’s recently released 2017 U.S. Cross-Platform Future in Focusreport, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus accounted for 15% of the 85.8 million U.S. iPhone owners ages 13-and-older in Q4 2016.

Further more earlier the release of the iPhone 7 models in September, the iPhone 6 device family had continued to rapidly expand its footprint.

According to comScore MobiLens®, there are still nearly 50 million iPhone 6 users, in addition to the more than 20 million iPhone owners who have a 5 model or earlier. These 70 million collectively represent a huge base of users who are ripe for an upgrade cycle later this year when the iPhone 8 is expected to be released.

Because of the expectations are so high with this upcoming iPhone 8 upgrade cycle, many news outlets and analysts are referring to it as a “supercycle.” The rationale behind these expectations is that the release of the iPhone 6 led to a boom in Apple’s iPhone installed base. Now many of those device owners are prime for an upgrade after 2+ years with the iPhone 6 or earlier models. Several features such as edge-to-edge display, 3D sensing camera, OLED display, Touch ID under the display, stainless steel chassis a faster processor and wireless charging have all been rumored for the iPhone 8.

New study reveals that in ending December,  iOS adoption among smartphone users of at least 13 years old reached 43% in the United States. Android is placed at 54%.


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