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Steve Jobs Resignation Having Little Impact as iPad Demand Stays Red Hot

Steve Jobs Resignation Having Little Impact as iPad Demand Stays Red Hot

BETHESDA, MD – September 13, 2011 – The resignation of Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple is having little impact on the demand for Apple products, according to a new survey from ChangeWave Research, a division of The 451 Group.
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New Survey Reveals 40% More Consumers Likely to Purchase iPad 2

New Survey Reveals 40% More Consumers Likely to Purchase iPad 2

RBC Capital Markets recently revealed the outcome of their latest survey conducted from March 14-23 of over 2,000 consumers from within the U.S. The respondents were asked how likely they were to purchase the iPad 2, to compare it against a similar survey conducted with the original iPad back in May 2010. Other questions imposed included which model they would be most interested in and their preferred carrier.
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ChangeWave Publishes Report from AT&T iPhone 4 and Verizon iPhone 4 Owner Survey

ChangeWave Publishes Report from AT&T iPhone 4 and Verizon iPhone 4 Owner Survey

ChangeWave Research posted the results from a recent survey comparing iPhone 4’s on AT&T’s and Verizon Wireless. The survey in which 4,068 people participated in were asked about several aspects of the devices which included: owner satisfaction, dropped calls and the preferred wireless provider for those looking to purchase an iPhone 4 in the near future.
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New Survey Reveals Steady Increase of the Two iPad Household

New Survey Reveals Steady Increase of the Two iPad Household

Research conducted by YouGov shows the steady rise in the two iPad household. According to their latest report, 17% of iPad owners have admitted living in a household with more than one iPad. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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iPhone Takes Top Spot in U.S. Smartphone Market

iPhone Takes Top Spot in U.S. Smartphone Market

Latest demographics by The Nielsen Company show the Apple iPhone as having a .5% lead at 27.9% over BlackBerry’s 27.4% to take the number one spot in the U.S. smartphone market. From those surveyed when asked about their next phone, 35% preferred the Apple iPhone with Android devices coming in second at 28%.
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Surveys Reveal iPad Customer Satisfaction at 91 Percent, Demand Greater Than Before

Surveys Reveal iPad Customer Satisfaction at 91 Percent, Demand Greater Than Before

ChangeWave posted results of two surveys recently held this month to measure both owner satisfaction and demand for the Apple iPad. What was revealed came as no surprise, with the majority of owners satisfied and demand for the device is greater than ever before. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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Apple's 15-Minute iPad Survey

Apple’s 15-Minute iPad Survey

Apple wants to know how you use your iPad. Select iPad owners were sent a 15-minute survey via email, to learn more about their recent purchase. Go to iPadmodo for more.
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iPad Developers Rapidly Developing Apps According to New Survey

iPad Developers Rapidly Developing Apps According to New Survey

Royal Palm Beach, Florida – With just under 6 billion mobile applications forecast to be downloaded this year, up from an estimated 2.4 billion in 2009 (Source: ABI Research), app development has no indication of slowing down. First weekend sales of the iPad estimated over 700,000 units and iPhone app developers are switching gears and rapidly turning to iPad app development.
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CNN Reports on iPad, iBook Pricing and Survey

CNN Reports on iPad, iBook Pricing and Survey

A recent report by CNN touches on the increasing amount of publishers joining the iPad bandwagon. The brief also talks about the iPad iBookstore’s price matching those of the Amazon’s Kindle books, as well as comScore’s recent consumer survey. Go to iPadmodo to watch the video.
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comScore Survey Reveals Consumer iPad Intentions

comScore Survey Reveals Consumer iPad Intentions

comScore recently released a study conducted using internet users (2,176 people) and their feelings towards the iPad and other e-Readers. Out of these consumers interviewed, 37 percent said they will likely read books on the iPad with another 34 percent reading books and magazines on the device.
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Stanford University Survey Says, iPhones Can Be Addicting

Stanford University Survey Says, iPhones Can Be Addicting

According to a new Stanford University survey, the Apple iPhone can be addicting. The survey was given to 200 students with iPhones of which 70 percent had owned their iPhones for only less than a year. The iPhone became an indispensable part of the students’ lifestyles and many openly acknowledged they would be lost without it.
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ChangeWave Survey Says, More e-Readers Prefer the iPad

ChangeWave Survey Says, More e-Readers Prefer the iPad

According to the latest report coming from a ChangeWave survey, consumers looking to purchase an e-Reader within the next 90 days are more likely to buy an iPad than an Amazon Kindle. 40% of those respondents said they would purchase an iPad with 28% opting for the Amazon Kindle, 6% for the Barnes & Noble Nook, and only 1% who said they planned to purchase a Sony Reader.
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AT&T Ranked Last in Customer Satisfaction Poll

AT&T Ranked Last in Customer Satisfaction Poll

Consumer Reports asked 50,000 readers across 26 U.S. cities to rank cell service providers on a variety of scales. Verizon came out ahead in 19 of the 26 cities. AT&T was dead last.
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