October 10th 2017
By Mike Flaminio
Via MacRumors, 64-percent of Americans in a CNBC survey indicate they own at least one Apple device. That's kind of crazy, but seems indicative not only the popularity of the iPhone, but also the variety of Apple's consumer electrics.
One interesting tidbit on demographics:
Apple device ownership rates dip below 50 percent in the 2017 survey for Americans with incomes under $30,000, retirees, and women over the age of 50. CNBC reported that the "wealthiest Americans" own 4.7 Apple products per household, while the "poorest" have one. Other statistics include 3.7 devices per household in the West of the United States, while households in the South owned 2.2 devices on average.