New Survey Results Finds That 82% Of Teens In The U.S. Now Owns An iPhone

According to the investment firm Piper Jaffray, as they conduced a survey on 6,000 teens in the United States, which shows that Apple has become increasingly important in the minds of young people. Michael Olson, an analyst at the agency, reported to investors that 82% of the respondents owns an iPhone.

However, the figure is likely to be increase in the future because of 84 percent of teens expect their next phone to be an iPhone, up from 82 percent in the fall of 2017. Back in the spring of 2014, the percentage was only at 60%, suggesting the iPhone interest has grown steadily. See the chart above

While we can expect that the more teenagers likely to purchase an iPhone, the more these students will interest in Apple Watch. In fact, 20 percent of respondents said they plan to buy an Apple Watch in the next six months. This survey is based on average age of 16.4, and being conducted across 40 states in the U.S.