iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

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iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

Apple 's iPhone 5S likes data.

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iPhone 5S owners are the most data hungry of mobile device users, says a study released Thursday by JDSU.

Users of the 5S slurp up 7 times more data over the study’s benchmark iPhone 3G in developed markets and 20 times more data in developing markets. Apple smartphones and tablets accounted for six of the top ten most gluttonous devices with the inclusion of the iPhone 5C, 5, and 4S and the iPad 3 and 4.

“Each new generation of iPhone has resulted in increases in data consumption of between 20-40 percent — even today when data use is common,” Michael Flanagan, author of the study, said in a statement. “Though interestingly, users of the more economically-priced iPhone 5c consume data in the range between that of the iPhone 4s and 5 users.”

Other devices that hit the list for heaviest downloads in developed regions were the HTC Sensation, Sony’s Xperia SP, and Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and S2. Among developing markets, Samsung sliced up four spots with its Galaxy S4 and S3, Note 2, and 7-inch Tab 2.

(Credit: JDSU)

Overall, 4G users were hungrier than their 3G counterparts. A mere 0.1 percent of 4G users gobble up more than half of … [Read more]

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study


iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

 

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

 

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

 

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

 

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

iPhone 5S users gobble up the most data, says study

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