By 2019, EMarketer expects 71 percent of U.S. consumers will have a smartphone, compared with today's 59 percent, and Demandware predicts that by the fourth quarter of 2018, phones will outstrip computers for online order placements by about 13 percent.
By 2019, EMarketer expects 71 percent of U.S. consumers will have a smartphone, compared with today's 59 percent, and Demandware predicts that by the fourth quarter of 2018, phones will outstrip computers for online order placements by about 13 percent. Creative Commons
By 2019, EMarketer expects 71 percent of U.S. consumers will have a smartphone, compared with today's 59 percent, and Demandware predicts that by the fourth quarter of 2018, phones will outstrip computers for online order placements by about 13 percent. Creative Commons

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