The smartphone is becoming more and more expensive to use, but there are some devices that are simply too expensive to throw away.
And if you can’t afford to replace them, you’re not the only one.
A new study suggests some smartphones are so expensive you’re more likely to get a phone with the same phone model than you are to get one with a different model.
The research, from the University of Southern California’s Center for Mobile Computing and Society, found that for people who make more than $30,000 per year, an iPhone 4 with the latest version of the iPhone operating system costs more than one that costs the same amount.
If you make more, the price tag increases to $1,400 or more.
So the price of an iPhone 5, a 6 and an iPhone 7 are now nearly $1 million.
And for some, the cost of a device like an iPhone 8 can be as much as $4,000.
But it’s not just the cost that’s driving up the price.
The researchers found that users also had less money to spend on other devices that were more expensive, like a Surface Pro or a Chromebook.
And the cost to buy an Android phone could increase if you don’t pay for that phone with money.
So it seems like some people are willing to spend more money to keep their devices.
But they’re also spending more money on other things to keep them.
Some people don’t want to replace their smartphones every year, but they also don’t think that’s the right way to spend their money.
They might say, “You know, if I’m not spending it on something I’m going to go to the mall and buy something I really want and I’m just going to pay a little bit more.”
And the researchers said that’s also true for some of the other people in the study.
For example, some people have more disposable income than others.
And it’s easier for them to spend less on things that they don’t use.
The study was published in the journal Mobile Computing & Society.
For more: For more on smartphone affordability, see our previous story.