iSuppli: iPhone used more for web and music than talk
Owners of all types of mobile handsets use their phones for voice communications 71.7 percent of the time, according to research from iSuppli's ConsumerTrak survey of US residents. In contrast, iPhone owners spend just 46.5 percent of their time with the product engaged in voice calls.
US consumers said they spent 12.1 percent of their iPhone usage time accessing the Internet, which compares with 2.4 percent for all mobile phones on average. What's more, iPhone owners spent 11.9 percent of their usage time listening to music or other audio, compared to just 2.5 percent for all mobile handset users.
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