Young Americans, the so-called “buzzer” generation, prefer modern forms of communication. Therefore, most often opt for the iPhone, writes
Financial Times

This was found out during the survey. According to its results, experts found that young people born after 1996 most often communicate in the iMessage messenger. It has become for them an alternative to standard communication via SMS messages.

The publication notes that the younger generation is wary of SMS-ok. At the same time, communication in iMessage is considered a kind of sign of belonging to a certain social group.

According to the FT, nearly a third of iPhone sales come from young Americans, and only 10% of young people choose Samsung Galaxy.

Earlier, we reported that it was the “apple” smartphones with IOS, not only new, but also those that were already in use, that accounted for half of the owners of smartphones in the United States.