Oct 15

AllThingsD reports that according to CIRP’s survey of U.S. consumers who purchased Apple’s latest iPhones during the last days of September, 64 percent of total iPhone sales are iPhone 5s models and only 27 percent are iPhone 5c models. Which means that the iPhone 5s is outselling the iPhone 5c more than two to one. The remaining sales “9 percent” are iPhone 4s models. » iPhone 5s Outselling iPhone 5c Two to One

May 30

Although the mobile phone can be our staunch ally at times, helping us make our lives as convenient, comfortable and efficient as possible, these obvious advantages do not come without their drawbacks – many of which highlight the impact they can have on our society in terms of compassion and sensitivity.

Recent research has uncovered the surprising truth: although the majority of the public believe that use of mobile phones in public places is a nuisance, a shocking number of people don’t seem to understand that there are times when mobile phone usage of any kind, is inappropriate. » Even At The Most Inappropriate Times, Britons Are Still Using Their Phones [infographic]

Nov 21

According to a U.S. survey by Nielsen, kids aged 6-12 want nothing else than Apple’s iOS products over the next 6 months. The iPad is by far the most wanted item by kids followed by the new Nintendo Wii. In fact, four out of the top five most wanted items are Apple products with the iPod Touch, iPad Mini and iPhone on number 3, 4 and 5. » Kids Want iPads For Christmas More Than Anything

Oct 10

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster today released a report about a U.S. teenagers survey “from over over 7,700 teenagers”, showing that 40% of respondents currently own an iPhone “which was only 34% 6 months ago”. It also shows that 44% of the teenagers own a tablet computer, which is 10% more then 6 months ago. » 40% Of U.S. Teenagers Own iPhone, Tablet Popularity Growing Fast

Sep 27

The iPhone 5 is on the way, and millions of people are asking themselves, is it time to upgrade? This infographic will point you in the right direction. 1,000 U.S. iPhone owners aged 18 years and older has been asked some questions such as, how many apps users have installed, how much they are using the iPhone and what new features they would like to see. PaidViewpoint and Mashable created a nice looking infographic from their answers. Check the infographic after the break. » Who Is Most Likely To Upgrade To iPhone 5 [infographic]

Sep 09

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According to a new survey by J.D. Power and Associates, Apple leads U.S. smartphone manufacturers in customer satisfaction. Apple scores outstanding in all areas, according to the survey second place is taken by HTC and Samsung ended on the 3th place with Motorola and RIM following behind. » Survey: iPhone Tops U.S. Smartphone Customer Satisfaction

Aug 06

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iPhone users care more about their phone than they do their breath. Telenav did a survey and found that 22 percent of 514 U.S. respondents would be willing to give up their toothbrush versus their smartphone. For iPhone users this number jumps to 40 percent! Even among feature phone users, however, TeleNav survey showed respondents strong attachment to their mobile phones. Nearly half of all respondents said they sleep with their phone next to them, including 38 percent of feature phone users and 66 percent of smartphone users. » One-Third Of Americans More Willing to Give Up Sex Than Their Mobile Phones [infographic]

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