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[Poll] 33% of Americans would pay extra for a larger iPhone

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Apple would just like it if they came to the following statistics. According to data analysts from Raymond James, almost a third of U.S. iPhone users would be ready to pay a hundred dollars more if the next generation of smart phone has received a larger display.

In other words, they would buy the iPhone 6 expected at a higher price if it has exceeded the size of iPhone 5s . It’s funny that the current Android users not so would like to see the grown up iPhone: only 6 percent of them would be willing to buy a device with a 100-dollar premium (authors survey suggested that the giant will not cost as much as the product of standard size).

The same study showed that 52.3% of U.S. residents surveyed have iPhone, while 49.7% of them are willing to buy a new Apple product to replace the current one. Sad, but only 8 percent of owners surveyed in Android gadgets ready to move to smartphones with iOS.

The survey was conducted from 13 to 17 March, and was attended by 500 people. This means that the percentage values ​​were extrapolated to the entire population of the state, which, however, may not be in accordance with the respondents. Or according to, but in a slightly different proportions.

Apple would just like it if they came to the following statistics. According to data analysts from Raymond James, almost a third of U.S. iPhone users would be ready to pay a hundred dollars more if the next generation of smart phone has received a larger display.

In other words, they would buy the iPhone 6 expected at a higher price if it has exceeded the size of iPhone 5s . It’s funny that the current Android users not so would like to see the grown up iPhone: only 6 percent of them would be willing to buy a device with a 100-dollar premium (authors survey suggested that the giant will not cost as much as the product of standard size).

The same study showed that 52.3% of U.S. residents surveyed have iPhone, while 49.7% of them are willing to buy a new Apple product to replace the current one. Sad, but only 8 percent of owners surveyed in Android gadgets ready to move to smartphones with iOS.

The survey was conducted from 13 to 17 March, and was attended by 500 people. This means that the percentage values ​​were extrapolated to the entire population of the state, which, however, may not be in accordance with the respondents. Or according to, but in a slightly different proportions.

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