iPhone 6 price: users willing to pay $100 more for bigger display

iPhone 6 concept

Published in Barron’s, a new survey data by Raymond James analyst Tavis McCourt shows that 33% of iPhone users would welcome a wider screen even if it means paying an extra $100.

With the help of SurveyMonkey, the survey also found that the iPhone 6 is popular in the U.S. as 52.3% of smartphone owners use the iPhone.

8% of Android users plan to get an iPhone, which is in contrast to last year’s figures where 20% stated that they would trade Android for iOS.

A new report by Japanese newspaper Nikkei claimed that the next iPhone will be launched in September and will arrive in two sizes: a 4.7-inch variant and a larger 5.5-inch model.