Recently, Valleywag posited that the “iPhone's image is being tarnished by poor people.” Snarkiness aside, they are basing this on some interesting facts:

“The strongest growth in users is coming from those earning less than the median household income, particularly since the launch of the iPhone 3G.” So says a report from ComScore, which concludes that “lower-income mobile subscribers are increasingly turning to their mobile devices to access the Internet, email and their music collections.”

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