Centennials love the iPhone. That's if Piper Jaffray's 37th semi-annual survey is to be believed. it includes 8,000 U.S. teens, all Gen. Z, who claim they spend ~$2,600/yr. That's about $217 a month or $50 a week.
In addition to the usual stuff like food, shoes, and video games, they like Nike, Vans, and of course, Apple:
From Piper Jaffray:
83% of teens own an iPhone (up slightly vs. LY) whereas 86% of teens expect an iPhone to be their next phone.
In other words, bougie hipster teens wanna finna flex with iPhones, not brokie Sammy GooGoo tech? Or something like that.
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