App marketing company, Sensor Tower revealed the results of a study it made regarding the amount U.S. iPhone users spend on apps. Based on the data they gathered, they came to the conclusion that $35 is the average that mobile consumers spent on apps. This covers both premium downloads and in-app purchases.
It seems Santa had to buy a lot of Apple products this year, presumably because countless people had one Apple device or another in their Christmas wish list. According to a report by Flurry, Apple tops the Christmas mobile activation list in 2014. It measured new device activations from December 19 to December 25 worldwide, […]
After yesterday’s Fall Keynote we had to make several tweaks to our newest infographic, but we are proud to present a timeline for the most important product launches in Apple’s history, keeping an eye on the stock value at the time of every product launch. The team also analysed several data around the AppStore and […]