Age determines when Apple users upgrade their iPhones.

Today, CIRP published a brand-new study. The most recent survey examined how frequently various age groups upgrade their iPhones,

continuing a trend of examining iPhone users by age. Here is how the outcomes looked.

According to CIRP's survey findings from last week, younger iPhone users might not be as dependent on their devices as previously believed.

Based on self-reported responses, it was determined that people...

...between the ages of 45 and 64 would replace or fix a broken iPhone the fastest.

While the majority of people would still take care of it within a week,

the 18 to 24 age group was the least likely to repair or replace their iPhone right away.