You know the phrase you can’t judge a book by its cover. But, if you REALLY need to judge someone by how rich they are, just look at their phone. According to a new study, if someone uses a iPhone, then they’re doing pretty well financially.
Newsflash—I use an iPhone and I am paying out the wazoo on those monthly payments. AKA, definitely not rich over here. iPhones are apparently the most consistent indicator of wealth according to a study by the University of Chicago cited by Gizmodo.
Hilariously, the biggest indicator of high income in 1992 was use of Grey Poupon. From mustard, to smartphones. Does anyone still use Grey Poupon?