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There's an App for the One Percent

Well. This survey is going to get some OWS panties in a wad:

According to a report from Spectrem Group, when it comes to smartphones, 46% of people who make over $100,000 a year own an iPhone. Android only grabs 34% of the marketshare. As wealth increases so too does the likelihood that a person owns an iPhone.

Among users who make more than $1 million, 48% own a iPhone and 33% own an Android. Then when you look at the $5 million mark Apple’s marketshare jumps up considerably to 59% while Android only holds on to 25%.

I’m sure some protestors somewhere are already typing furiously into their MacBook Airs.