The year 2020 gives its last blows after leaving a large number of changes in social habits in its wake.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced us to maintain social distancing and to spend more hours at home than usual. This, in turn, has modified the way of relating to others, working, studying or consuming. Online purchases have increased. The way people entertain themselves has also changed, with home-based leisure more than ever.

According to data from Sensor Tower, from Store Intelligence, spending on applications and games for mobile had already exceeded 100 billion dollars a year in November, which is a record.

This Christmas spending on apps is also being notable. According to the same source, users have spent during this festive season 407.6 million dollars between the content offered by the Apple App Store (278.6 million) and Google Play (129 million) . This is 34.5% more than a year ago around the same time.

Games account for most of the money, although the entertainment category in general also stands out. Without counting games, the social network TikTok is the one that has attracted the most attention, with 4.7 million dollars.

The iPhone as a star gift

Apple not only leads in software, it also leads in hardware. A report from Flurry Analytics reveals that virtually all smartphones activated on December 25 were an iPhone . In the top 10 are nine models of Apple phones and a single terminal from another manufacturer, the LG K30.

This means that, at least in United States , the place to which this classification refers, the iPhone has been the most gifted product by Santa Claus. Especially the iPhone 11.