The Seven Types of iPhone Owners, Which Type Are You? [INFOGRAPHIC]


I came across this very interesting infographic while searching the web and couldn’t help but share it with you all. The infographic is called “The Seven Types of iPhone Owners” and as the name implies, it provides a little portrait of what category we iPhone owners should fall under.

First there are those who call themselves the “fanboys”, the most loyal Apple buyers who would die for the latest, greatest iPhone. Then there are the “over users” who would push their iPhones to the limit. They usually don’t play many games but would rather spend their time on twitter and reading blogs (the category I believe I fall in). Other interesting categories include “hackers”, “senior citizens”, “complainers” and “the unappreciative”.

So if you own an iPhone, you must determine which archetype are you. Take a look and share your category with us in the comments section below!


  • Kraken

    I’d consider myself part hacker, part complainer.  I complain only because of the draconian nature of Apple products, that prevent the use of Jailbreaks.

  • Jmbasela

    I am the OverUser type.

  • aztek13

    I’m an overuser and complainer I guess.  I use it maybe a little too much and I hate the fact that Apple won’t let us customize it without resorting to jailbreaking it.

  • Anonymous

    I think i’m an overuser and a complainer as well.

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  • Sp2006

    Somewhere inbetween hacker n overuser

  • Jer

    Im  (The Hybrid), a combination of the Fanboy, The Overuser, & the Hacker!!! although i don’t have a case on my iPhone 4, (not 4S as i did not find any reason to have another 4 with Siri, suckers who bought into that BS) and i don’t own a Apple T-shirt.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the fanboy sans apple shirt 🙁

  • P_r_t

    I am a “Senior Apple Fanatic” I guess I bought most of what Apple sold since the first mac 128 in ’84…
    I bought all the iPhones  sold in Canada from 3 to 4S and many iPods and Pads. I only wish I needed them! I only browse Safari and Mail with either  an iPad, MacBookAir ’11 or a huge MacPro with many   hard disks and all the bells and whistles! Ahem!   “iBuy” and don’t produce anything…
    I suppose that I’m not the only “SAF” (Senior Apple Fanatic) that love more tolls than the work…
    …and yes, I read St eve Jobs Biography by Walter Isaacson. I even copied excerpts of it!

  • Menna00

    Hacker here –
    This is interesting, really like the complainer..