Two new surveys from comScore and NetMarketShare show Apple’s continued growth in both the smartphone and tablet markets, aided in part by the falling in market share from Research in Motion. Additionally, Google also gained market share recently, again aided by Research in Motion’s falling number of users.Read More →
On March 28, 2012 By Charles Tian
An article we wrote two days ago depicted a survey showing that about 1 in four tech savvy people in the United States were going to buy the iPad 3 some time within the next three months. Now, a new survey put together by CNET shows that 51% of households in the United States own [...]Read More →
On March 26, 2012 By Charles Tian
According to a survey from Fortune magazine’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt, 488 “younger, tech-savvier” online respondents showed that 24% of the surveyed population planned on buying the new iPad 3 within the next three months; about one in four. Additionally, 15% were going to buy the discounted iPad 2.
What I find [...]Read More →
On September 20, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
Earlier today, the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ASCI) released its new results on customer satisfaction for personal computer brands. Guess who was on top?
That’s right, Apple – for the 8th time straight too.Read More →
On August 3, 2011 By Jimmy Xiao
A new survey done by GPS mobile app developer Tele Nav shows just how much iPhone users value their devices.
According to the study, 40% of iPhone users surveyed would rather give up their toothbrushes for a week than their iPhones. This leads me to wonder about not only the state of dental hygiene in [...]Read More →
According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, the iPhone is still the most popular phone around, with a survey revealing that 64% of people want their next phone to be an iPhone. The survey was of 216 mobile phone owners in Minneapolis. Android was second in line, with 17% saying they wanted the OS, while Blackberry was third, with 11%.Read More →
The iPad has almost completely dominated the tablet market, leaving other tablets in the dust, struggling to make their venture profitable. A recent survey of 1,000 consumers from Retrovo shows that to compete with the iPad, the biggest thing competitors will have to do is lower their price of their products. TUAW has more:Read More →
On July 26, 2011 By Charles Tian
According to PriceGrabber, an extremely popular online shopping site that surveyed about 3,000 U.S. customers, about 35% of them would buy an iPhone 5 no matter what. Even if they’ve never seen one. This is exactly the strength that is behind Apple’s brand that I mentioned in my first editorial. Some more details:Read More →