Less than 5000 days since the first iPhone came on the market, a new study says the number of active iPhone users exceeded 1 billion in September 2020. Apple hasn’t officially announced the milestone yet, but according to above Avalon, Apple had 1 billion active iPhone users by September 2020. < / P > < p > if it’s September 30, it’s 4842 days since the initial iPhone went on sale. In recent years, the growth rate of iPhone has slowed down, mainly due to the high penetration rate of smartphones and Apple’s success in targeting the high-end market of the smartphone market. < / P > < p > despite this, apple still brings about 20 to 30 million new iPhone users a year, who go deep into the apple ecosystem by purchasing other apple devices and services. They don’t just buy other apple devices, like the apple watch or iPad, but at least some users end up buying another iPhone. < p > < p > in September 2018, when launching the iPhone XS, Tim Cook said that Apple was about to ship its 2 billion IOS device. This is the total number of IOS devices sold in history, not only for iPhones, iPads and iPod touch, but also for users who have upgraded from iPhones to new iPhones. At that time, Cook said on the financial report conference call that on November 22, 2014, apple shipped its 1 billion IOS device, which is a space gray 64GB iPhone 6 plus. Apple has collected this device. It is important to surpass the 1 billion sales volume, and it is another thing to surpass the 1 billion active iPhone users. < / P > < p > as early as March 2019, Oprah Winfrey signed the agreement to make TV for Apple TV +, and she gave a very clear reason. With apple, she said, it would give her access to a billion people. That’s why she’s with apple, not Samsung. That’s why Apple TV + is available, but there is no Samsung TV +. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days