iPhone users are better than the rest of us. A Forrester Research survey of 32,228 adults with a job found that iPhone users are better educated, younger, more affluent and, perhaps, more productive than those without an iPhone.
For example, the survey found that 67% of iPhone users had income over $70,000 compared to 61% of smartphone users at that level and only 49% of those with mere a mobile phone. Similarly, 49% of iPhone users have a college education while just 36% of mobile phones users have a degree.
It could be a factor of cost though. iPhone owners are less likely to have children and, therefore, can afford the pricier e-toy.