Is there some kind of class distinction between iOS and Android users? A new study says yes, and actually draws a line in the sand based on what each type of device owner prefers to drink and their preferred method of travel.
Samsung's anti-Apple commercials sometimes suggest that the iPhone is for the older crowd, but new data from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster (via MacRumors) suggests that the Cupertino company's smartphone is actually growing in popularity among the teen demographic. Based on a sampling of 7,500 teenagers, a full 61 percent now own an iPhone.
Remember those yearbook sections where students were voted most likely to succeed or best-looking couple? If the smartphone market were a yearbook, apparently Apple's iPhone would be voted most social.
A new report takes a look at why prepaid cell phones have failed to catch on in the United States, despite being a far cheaper option for many consumers. Could the iPhone make it a more enticing option?
Apple again made headlines this week with its effort to revolutionize the educational market through the iPad, with an updated version of iBooks and a new app for iTunes U. Combined with the Mac-based iBooks Author, the company is poised to help put iPads in thousands more schools across the United States and indeed, even more worldwide.
If you’ve had the nagging feeling that Apple gets more than its fair share of media attention (and we’re not counting this site, naturally), a new report claims that it’s totally true. But how much does Cupertino dominate the news, and how did this happen?
Well, whether we like it or not, the numbers are in. The folks behind Mytype, a personality-typing application for Facebook (and we all know how accurate those can be,) claims to have the scuttlebutt about iPad users. We are, according to a recent survey of 20,000 individuals conducted, pretty terrible people. According to the survey results, if you own an iPad, you're pretty much the Devil.
Ever wondered what the majority of people are using their iPads for? Resolve Market Research wondered the same thing, and set off to complete a study on the topic. The research group also took a look at how the iPad is impacting other technologies like e-readers, portable gaming devices, and netbooks.