Link: The iPhone Continues to Disrupt ☍

Shared on July 14, 2012

Interesting, but not surprising (via The Loop):

The iPhone is now also the primary device for listening to music as 85 percent claim and as for alarm clocks, 57 percent say they no longer use one, other than alarm clock apps on their iPhone.

Such consumer data brings to life questions about the future of our digital lives. More than 75 percent already trust their iPhone as a possible digital wallet, even though Apple has not been very aggressive in pursuing such functionality.

I still have a traditional alarm clock (well, a clock radio), but probably won’t replace it if and when it dies.

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