When it comes to high-tech phones, you’d naturally assume that larger cities in the United States would be embracing big screen smartphones. Cities such as San Francisco, New York and the recently acknowledged marketing tech capitol Atlanta should surely be adopting new, large screen phones such as the iPhone 6+ and iPhone 7+ at a faster rate to hunt for their apartments, right? Wrong. In fact, our list of some of America’s most tech-hungry cities may surprise you…
America’s Most Surprising Tech-Hungry Cities: Big Screen Phones
|City||Percent of iPhone 6+ and 7+ Users|
|Pembroke Pines, FL||35.64%|
|League City, TX||34.68%|
Methodology: Device type data was internally sourced from Apartment Guide. Cities with fewer than 300 iPhone visits were excluded. To find the cities with the most eager tech adopters, Apartment Guide looked at the places that had the highest percentage of iPhone 6+ and 7+ visits.
The Handheld Revolution
As more people move to large screen smartphones for a better mobile experience, they’re discovering that they can do nearly everything they need for their apartment search right from their hand, on-the-go. For example, you can do your apartment search, find new ideas to decorate your space and even have everything you need delivered straight to your door making your move a cinch. Additionally, smart home technology isn’t just limited to homebuyers — apartments can get in on temperature, light and even automatic door systems for their pads.
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