Admittedly, the Apple Store is like one of those train wreck As Seen on TV stores, where you've got to take a detour and walk through the store on your journey through the strip mall. Except, you know, the stuff in the Apple Store is actually desirable and pretty to look at, and we're pretty sure they dust that place on a regular basis.
Okay, at least act surprised: Teens love the iPhone. Who knew?! But did you know that more than a third of them actually plan to buy one in the near future, with 20 percent also ready to buy a tablet as well?
As we all wait to see what Apple will unveil in San Francisco at 10am PST Wednesday, there’s some interesting data just released which shows that most consumers don’t care as much about a second-generation iPad as they do just spending less money on an existing one.
It’s less than a week since Verizon announced it would be carrying the iPhone beginning February 10, and already research firms are hard at work collecting data in an effort to predict how many AT&T customers might jump ship.
You might have mixed feelings about the Mac, but the underdog system has often been favored by many computer users. Customer satisfaction with Apple’s computers has been on the rise for years as well, and recently hit a new high.
College students have the same choices the rest of us do when it comes to picking a good notebook computer, but a recent survey shows that the majority of them are picking Apple -- and even more of them plan to in the future.
Only days after a different survey found that iPad pre-purchase intent is higher than for the original iPhone in 2007, one survey claims that only one in six iPhone owners actually intend to buy the new device.