(USA) JUST IN: A new study released by Strategy Analytics reflects the current state of the smartphone industry. Apparently, consumers in the US — Baby Boomers, in particular — are increasingly delaying their smartphone purchase for three or more years #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Aug.23: From a report: In addition, the average iPhone now remains active for 18 months, while the average Samsung phone remains active for 16.5: The era of yearly phone upgrades is over.

Smartphone shipments have been dropping around the world over the past year, and some analysts even believe the industry is bound to suffer its worst decline ever in the coming months: Strategy Analytics conducted an online survey with 2,500 smartphone owners aged 18 to 64 years old in the US. Company SVP David Kerr explained that there are several reasons behind consumers’ decision not upgrade as quickly as they did in the past.

To start with, buyers perceive newer phones’ offerings as marginal upgrades not worth getting a new device for…….

#AceNewsDesk reports ………….Published: Aug.23: 2019: Americans Are Waiting Three Years To Replace Their Phones, Study Finds

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