It’s interesting to note that iPhone users spend seven times more on apps than Android users. Sure, this could be in part due to deeper pockets and affluence. Oddly enough Google has about 4 times the amount of users, but a monthly revenue of $1.40 for Android users. Compare that to $10.40 per user on the Apple side, which doesn’t even include subscriptions to Apple’s own services. This is a factor that will drive Apple towards greater financial success, but only if they can retain enough customers. This weeks show includes commentary from Keith about the Apple event from earlier in the week.
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