— iPhone people are more educated: Over-weight +27 percent for graduate/PhD education and under-weight -33 percent for high school education
— Android people show the same pattern to a much smaller degree: +8 percent for graduate/PhD, -12 percent for high school
— iPhone people are more affluent: they over-weight +11% for $75,000, +30% for $100,000 and +48% for $125,000
— Android people are much less affluent but still have above average means: they over-weight for income categories above $50,000 but to a much smaller degree: +4% to +14%.
— There are no significant differences
— iPhone people are professionals and business people; they over-weight +38% for professional/managerial and +31% for operations/sales
— Many Android people are techies: they over-weight 50% for computer/technical/medical and only slightly for the two preceding categories
— Both iPhone and Android under-weight for blue-collar and retired populations
Follow technology news
— Both iPhone and Android people do, but Android people do a bit more: they over-weight +35% versus +22% for Apple people
— Both groups over-weight strongly for cutting the cord: iPhone +25% and Android +30%.
Addicted to digital devices
— iPhone people are most addicted with a +67% over-weight, far ahead of Android people at +39%.
What’s it all mean? No much.
Try not to self identify with brands, be nice people and try to some experience. Be happy!
What’s your take?