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What Should Apple Name Its Next New iPhone?

Pew has also reported that 68% of smartphone owners use their phone to follow along with breaking news events at least occasionally, 67% use their phone for turn-by-turn navigation while driving, and 57% do online banking with them. Parks Associates data shows 68% of U.S.-based smartphone owners listening to music via streaming outlets on a daily basis and 71% watch short video clips. And according to personal media startup Magisto, the average smartphone user takes 150 new photos during a given month.

From the article "What Should Apple Name Its Next New iPhone?" by Denise Lee Yohn.

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