More Than Half Of All Households In America Now Own An Apple Device

More Than Half Of All Households In America Now Own An Apple Device

The chart really says it all. According to a new CNBC survey, 51% of all American homes now own at least one Apple product, with the national average being 1.6 Apple devices per household. And if you own an Apple product, you’re probably educated, young and doing well for yourself. Score all around!

[via ModMyI]

  • Jonathan Ober

    What about the families that own 2 iPads, 2 MacBooks, 2 time capsules, and 2 iPods?…currently :)

  • mbchp

    Happy to help push that average up!
    2 iPads, 2 iPhones, 1 MBP, 1 MBAir, 2 Apple TVs, 1 Airport Extreme, 3 Airport Express, 1 iPod Classic = 13.

  • Steffen Jobbs

    Think of all the idiots who claim that people that buy Apple products are part of a cult. I’d consider them pretty stupid when you think they’re probably talking about their own family members. Half of the U.S. households must have quite a few so-called iSheep furthering Apple’s cause. Apple really needs to get that statistic up to around 75% of U.S. households if Apple’s share price is going to go any higher.

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