85% of teenagers have iPhones, according to a new survey

88% of teenagers want their next smartphone to be an iPhone. Despite some impressive devices from Samsung, the company simply can't compete with the iPhone when it comes to teenage interest. Visit BGR's homepage for more stories.
According to a new survey conducted by Piper Sandler Companies, teenagers still prefer Apple's iPhone over Android devices like Samsung by a wide mile. The data is a bit surprising given that Samsung flagships, in particular, can more or less stand toe-to-toe with the iPhone these days. Still, Apple has long had a brand cache that other companies, no matter how hard they try or how much money they spend, can't seem to match.

The survey in question fielded responses from 5,200 teens -- with an average age of about 16 -- across 41 states. When the dust settled, a whopping 85% of respondents indicated that they own an iPhone. That's an absolutely staggering figure and underscores the strength of Apple's brand amongst younger generations.

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Teenagers still like Apple over Samsung, and it’s not even close originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 11 Apr 2020 at 10:33:18 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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