These Maps Show That Android Is For People With Less Money

 

iPhone vs Android

The Northeastern US

 

 

” This map showing the locations of 280 million individual posts on Twitter shows a depressing divide in America: Tweets coming from Manhattan tend to come from iPhones. Tweets coming from Newark, N.J., tend to come from Android phones.

  If you live in the New York metro area, you don’t need to be told that Manhattan is where the region’s rich people live, and the poor live in Newark. Manhattan’s median income is $67,000 a year. Newark’s is $17,000, according to U.S. Census data.”

 

 

 

Newark-Manhattan

 

 

” The rich, it seems, use iPhones while the poor tweet from Androids.

  The map was created by Mapbox, which markets beautiful mapping software. You can use it to zero in on your ZIP code and see how your neighborhood breaks down.

  Mobile traffic data to e-commerce sites bears this out. Every quarter, a mobile market research company called Monetate publishes data on mobile shoppers and how much they spend online. On almost every metric, Apple users come out ahead as spenders. Here’s the data for Q4 2013:

 

Share of visits to e-commerce sites from tablets

  • iPad: 87%
  • Android: 11%

Average order value from tablets

  • iPad: $155
  • Android: $110

Share of visits to e-commerce sites from phones

  • iPhone: 60%
  • Android: 39% “

 

 

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