How Often Do People Replace Their Mobile Devices with New Ones?

What do you think about such statement: iPhone users replace their devices with newer ones more frequently than iPad users? In fact, it turns out to be truth. According to the latest report from CIRP, people who own an iPhone change it for a newer version once every two years. iPad and especially Mac users spend money on new tablets or desktops much less frequently. Take a look at the chart.

Here’s what MacRumors write:

A new report by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) suggests iPad owners replace their tablets less frequently than their iPhone-owning counterparts, who upgrade almost every two years. The longer iPad replacement cycle may be more like the Mac, which tends to be replaced every 2-4 years, or possibly even televisions which have a five to 10-year ownership span.

And how often do you decide to change your iPhone, iPad or Mac for a newer one? Leave your comments below.

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Written by Andrey

Friday, March 21, 2014. 21:11

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