If you live in a higher-income state, it's likely you own an iPhone.
That's according to new data out from internet marketing company WebpageFX , which analyzed data from 30 million mobile device users. The data showed that two-thirds of cell phone users have either an iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy, with 45% of users preferring iPhones over Galaxy phones.
What's most interesting about the data, though, is where these users live in the US. It turns out that there's a slight correlation between income and phone brand — specifically, that states with higher mean incomes are more likely to have more iPhone users than Galaxy users, and states with lower mean incomes tend to use Galaxies more.
There's a positive correlation between iPhone market share and high-income states...
...and the opposite happens when you look at Galaxy market share and mean income.
It's pretty interesting to see it on a map of the US: