Between 20, the share of smartphone owners in the 45-54 and 25-34 demographics increased most noticeably, while the share of smartphone owners in the 18-24 and 65 demographic decreased (see Figure 2).
It seems the demographic landscape of smartphone owners has expanded to include more people in the middle age range.
In 2016, the global mobile internet user penetration has exceeded half the world’s population, while the average daily time spent accessing online content from a mobile device, such as a smartphone, a tablet computer or wearable, has reached 185 minutes daily among Millennials, 110 minutes for Generation X and 43 daily minutes for Boomers.
Accounting for this popularity is also the growing creation and use of mobile apps, from gaming to fitness over mobile messengers to animation software.
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This statistic contains data on the number of apps available for download in leading app stores as of the first quarter of 2018.
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As smartphone penetration grows, so too does the demand for newer replacement models.
Most smartphone owners are already on their second or third device.
In 2014, the mean number of smartphones ever owned by current smartphone owners was 2.12.