Pew Research Center Senior Writer Drew DeSilver says that the iPhone which is celebrating its sixth birthday this summer, has carved out a solid market position, and a demographically distinctive user base, within the context of smartphones, which more than half of Americans now own).
DeSilver notes that according to a recent Pew Research Center report on smartphone ownership, as of May 2013 25% of all U.S. cellphone owners and 43% of smartphone owners owned an iPhone. The survey found that more-affluent and more-educated people are much more likely than those with less income and education to say they own an iPhone. Indeed, fully half (49%) of cellphone owners with household incomes of $150,000 or more say their phone is an iPhone, as do 38% of owners with college degrees.
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