iPhone owners tend to use their smartphone more every day compared to Android device users. So much so, in fact, that iPhone users are spending 53 percent more time using their device every day compared to their Android-toting friends.
Apple's iPhone gets more daily use than Android smartphones
That 53 percent figure came from Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer during the company's fourth fiscal quarter earnings report Monday afternoon. Mr. Oppenheimer said the higher usage statistic was because, "A great customer experience translates to higher usage."
He added that the iPhone currently boasts a 92 percent customer loyalty rating and a 96 percent customer satisfaction rating.
The numbers seem to show that iPhone owners really are pleased with their smartphones, or at least that they're able to figure out how to use them as part of their daily lives.
Apple reported US$37.5 billion in revenue and $7.5 billion in profit on 33.8 million iPhones and 14.1 million iPads sold. The quarter included the launch of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, although no new iPad models since the iPad Air and Retina Display iPad mini don't go on sale until November.
The company's quarterly earnings report is still underway, so be sure to follow along with The Mac Observer's ongoing coverage and analysis.