The latest iPhone ads will not only help you look good, but also help you make money, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia and Stanford University found that ads for iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android phones are consistently successful when it comes to getting women pregnant.
They found that women rated iPhone ads as the best option when it came to their reproductive health and fertility, with those who purchased an iPhone 5S, 6S, 7 or 8 earning on average an extra $100 a month in cash income.
“These results show that women are willing to pay a premium for an iPhone app,” said the study’s lead author, Sarah Goulston.
If you want to get pregnant on your iPhone, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of a few women who have had success with them, she said.
The study looked at the sales of Apple’s iPhone ads, which are delivered by an app that looks like a web browser but allows users to search and download images and videos, to find the women who are interested in using the app.
In a study published in the journal Appetite, researchers found that the app was the most popular app for getting pregnant on iPhone, with over one in five women using it to get a pregnancy test.
Using the app on their iPhone, however, resulted in a loss of an average of $1,100 per month, or about £650, compared to a similar study on Google search results, the researchers found.
Other study findings include that people who are more likely to use an app to get pregnancy tests tend to have more sex, are more promiscuous and use the app less often.
Apple, which owns the iPhone brand, said the ads helped it attract more women to its app.