A listing 83 percent of U.S. teens own an iPhone as of spring 2019, according to investment bank Piper Jaffray’s semiannual “Taking Stock With Teens” survey of approximately 8,000 high school students. Respondents were roughly 54 percent male and 46 percent female with a mean age of 16.3 decades.
The poll found that 27 percent of U.S. teens possess a smartwatch, while 22 percent of respondents plan to buy an Apple Watch over the next six months. In contrast, 20 percent of teenagers said they intend to buy an Apple Watch in the next six months.

Meanwhile, 86% of U.S. teens expect their next smartphone to be an iPhone, fitting an all-time large set in autumn 2018. This metric has steadily increased in Apple’s favor through time, rising from 75 percent in spring 2016.
Piper Jaffray divided its survey into two different income classes:”upper-income” with household incomes approximating $100,000 and”average-income” with family incomes approximating $55,000 according to zip code and census data.

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IPhone is still the most popular smartphone one of American teenagers based on a poll.

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Popularity among adolescents is a fantastic sign for Apple, as many of them could stick with the iPhone as an adult.