In 2017, 30 percent of young people and millennials in the United States between the ages of 18 and 34 will be wearable users compared to about 17 percent of the general population.
By 2022, there will be 1.5 billion Internet of Things devices with cellular connections, up from 400 million in 2016 worldwide.
In 2022, 25 percent of North American mobile subscriptions will be 5G, compared to only 10 percent in Asia Pacific and 5 percent in Western Europe.
By the end of 2022, there will be 550 million 5G subscriptions worldwide due to early 5G deployments and the need for enhanced mobile broadband services.
Worldwide smartphone subscriptions account for 55 percent of all mobile subscriptions, with 80 percent of all mobile phones sold in 3Q2016 being smartphones.
In North America, data traffic per smartphone will grow nearly 5 times from 5.1 gigabytes per month in 2016 to 25 gigabytes per month in 2022.
In the United States, 90 percent of consumers under the age of 45 say that a smartphone helps them stay in touch with friends and family and keep up with current events.
As of 2016, 78 percent of American adults have smartphones, with 92 percent of adults between the ages of 18 to 29 and 54 percent of those over 65 owning a smartphone.
34 percent of doctors in the United States have found that mobile devices have improved the dynamic of patients’ office visits by having them arrive more informed.
In the United States, two-thirds of doctors use a mobile device to access medical information in a professional setting more than ten times per day.