Here are statistics for phone users
Statistics you should know about phone use!
A mobile addicted is characterized by a user that uses their apps more then 60 times a day Mobile addiction has grown by 123 percent since last year. There are over 170 million mobile addicts in the United States. Teenagers relay on their mobile device to handle every type of communication they do. There is a a growing alarming number of middle agers who are becoming mobile phone addicts. Companies are now working hard to create wearable phone accessories to connect you even more to your phone.
In many countries more then half the populations have cell phones. The number of smart phone users is set to be around 2.5 billion by 2019 77% of US adults own a smartphone. Over 90% of 18-29 year olds own a smart phone. More people are using their phones now to purchase goods online over their computer. Increasing number of people rely on their phone to access the internet. Over half the people owning a smart phone get phone alerts from various apps. Close to 30% of smart phone owners do not lock their phone or phone screen.
Though people are connected to their phone, over 50% say that their phone is not a "must" in most situations. Consumers will spend $110 Billion in apps stores in 2018. Consumers spent $86 Billing in App stores in 2017. Samsung is the company that sold most smartphones in 2017, over selling Apple. There is an average of 80 Apps on every phone that is being used. Online video viewing is done on about 75% of smartphones. Global app instals in 2017 for the first time was 91.5Billion. China has manufactured and shipped 459 Billion Phones in 2017. Apple sold 216.76 million iPhones in 2017.
Knowledge is power. Having a smartphone is great, but it is also very important to know the risks involved with mobile phone addiction and what we can do to prevent it.
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