The Daily Mail reported that fewer than one in five owners of the must-have phone admit that they are short of money.
It also found that financial status and salary can be linked to what type of smartphone one uses, with those who use an Android or BlackBerry likely to earn more than those who use an iPhone.
The survey found that ten percent of BlackBerry owners earned more than 50,000 pounds a year, but only five percent of iPhone users reached this salary bracket.
A total of seven percent of Android phone owners had a salary in this range.
Just under a half of iPhone users earn less than 20,000 pounds a year, compared with 38 percent who own a BlackBerry and 27 percent of Android users.
The Daily Mail also reported that one in ten Britons admitting to being constantly in the red.
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