Survey shows 33% of iPhone owners would pay more for a bigger phone

Tim Cook’s eyes might turn into big fat dollar signs once he sees new survey data published by Raymond James analyst Tavis McCourt. Per Barron’s, a new Raymond James survey conducted with the help of Surveymonkey has found that one-third of American iPhone owners would be willing to pay an extra $100 for an iPhone 6 if it had a bigger display than the iPhone 5s. 

Raymond James’s Tavis McCourt today offers up the results of his quarterly survey of the smartphone industry, compiled from responses of 500 people in the United States from March 13th to 17th, which suggest Apple’s (AAPL) shares of the market is “stabilizing” as is the share of Google’s (GOOG) Android. McCourt, who has Outperform ratings on both Apple and Google shares, expects Apple’s share of the U.S. smartphone market will continue a trend of stabilizing at a little over 50%.

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