“Among what it categorizes as ‘mass affluent investors,’ defined as those whose net worth exceeds $100,000 excluding their primary residence, 46% own an iPhone. Android, on the other hand, comes in at 34%.,” Rodriguez reports. “The market share for Apple is higher among tablets, where the iPad is owned by 53% of the group, as opposed to the Kindle Fire, owned by just 16%.”
Rodriguez reports, “Raise the bar to $1 million and the iPhone’s share goes up to 48% of the market while Android’s falls a percentage point. The increase is much more dramatic with the iPad, which has 61%. The Kindle Fire drops a point as well.”
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MacDailyNews Take: The difference in cash between having the very best or settling for a pretend iPhone or a fake iPad is negligible – certainly to “mass affluent investors” – which leads us to believe that the real delineator actually isn’t bank account, but brain power.
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