A new study from American Conservative magazine has uncovered some startling statistics.
According to the study, the average person spends $6,957 per year on their smartphone.
The average person purchases a $3,400 iPad.
The majority of smartphone owners have smartphones that cost more than $600.
That’s the case for a whopping 77 percent of Americans, according to the report.
It’s the first time American Conservatives has taken a look at smartphone ownership, and it’s also the first to take a look specifically at iPad users.
It’s a pretty common misconception that Americans are not spending the vast majority of their money on their smartphones, The American Conservatives reports.
The reality is, the majority of American smartphone owners are using their smartphones to do other things.
They’re watching TV, playing games, checking their emails, socializing with friends, or shopping online.
The study, titled How to Stop Spending $6.9 Billion on Smartphones, reveals that smartphone users are spending an average of $1,000 per month on their devices.
That figure is more than double the $800 average per month spent by iPad users, and nearly twice the $700 average per week spent by smartphone users.
A staggering 75 percent of smartphone users say they’re spending more than half their money per month online.
But the majority don’t spend a single penny on video games, apps, or movies, TheAmericanConservative.com reports.
When it comes to spending money on a smartphone, Americans are spending more, TheACneighbor.com notes.
More than 75 percent say they spend more than the cost of the phone and more than 40 percent say their phone is worth more than they paid for it.
The report also finds that the majority spend a staggering $4,800 per year for their smartphone, a figure that’s up from $2,200 in 2015.
The American Conservative reports that while the majority are using the smartphone to do things that they would otherwise spend money on, some Americans are using it to do much more than that.
For example, The report states that more than 55 percent of iPhone owners say they’d rather use their phone to pay bills or make phone calls than do other tasks.
And nearly 20 percent of iPad owners say that they’re happier with their smartphone than their tablet.
Some of the best things Americans do on their phones are watching videos, surfing the web, reading emails, or playing games.
They also use the smartphone for socializing, shopping, and shopping on Amazon.com.
But it appears that smartphone owners aren’t all doing that well, according TheAmerican Conservative.
While smartphones have been the primary smartphone in use by the vast swaths of Americans for the last five years, according the survey, only 36 percent of consumers are using a smartphone for anything else.
The survey also found that more Americans are buying a smartphone than using it for anything other than reading and chatting.
This is a very disappointing report.
The American conservative should be looking at how this is impacting their business, The conservative leader should be saying that this is not the way to do business, according conservative radio host and former president of the American Conservative John Tanton.
TheAmericanconservative.com, a publication run by conservative pundit Erick Erickson, has become the go-to destination for conservative media, with Erick’s daily radio show, The Erick Show, airing on SiriusXM Radio and his blog The Eric.com leading the charge.