According to a recent survey by Piper Sandler, only 10% of respondents plan to buy a new & quot; iPhone 12 & quot; model in the fall or winter of 2020, suggesting that consumers are & quot; dormant & quot; for the launch. In a study seen by Apple insider, chief analyst harsh Kumar details the results of the investment bank’s survey of about 1000 Americans at the end of September 2020. < / P > < p > according to the results, only about 10% of them said they expected to buy a new iPhone or upgrade to a 5g equipped & quot; iPhone 12 & quot; model in the second half of 2020. As Kumar points out, this is far lower than in a previous survey, which showed that 23% of respondents plan to upgrade, but it may be due to the global coronavirus health crisis. < / P > < p > of those who do plan to upgrade by the end of 2020, about half said they would upgrade for the 5g capabilities of new devices. The other half said they just needed to upgrade their equipment. Other details revealed in the survey include the current average age of the iPhone is about 2.3 years. Respondents also said they expected the average price of a mid-range iPhone 5g to be about $1015, slightly lower than the average price of a mid-range phone of $1068 in the past three years. < p > < p > Piper Sandler also asked its participants about other apple devices. About a quarter of respondents said they saw the value of the new Apple watch series 6, but only 8% said they would buy it. 12% of respondents said the lower price Apple watch se made them more likely to buy Apple wearable devices. < / P > < p > the bank conducted a survey of 1000 Americans at the end of September 2020. The average age of the respondents was 47 years old, and 52% of the respondents were men and 48% were women. According to the bank, 33% are in the South; 23% in the West; 29% in the Midwest; and 14% in the northeast. Global Tech