Friday, September 14, 2012

A third of U.S. Residents Want iPhone 5, Half Coming from BB Users  iPhone 5 to obtain highly acclaimed in the U.S. market. According to data held by the market research institute Toluna QuickSurveys, most Americans deeply amazed with the iPhone 5.

In a quick survey conducted on 2000 of the United States, revealed that about 33 percent said they would buy the iPhone 5. This is not too surprising, since the previous survey, many of which produce similar data. In addition, as many as 76 percent of iPhone owners said they would upgrade their mobile phone.

Of that number 33 percent, almost more than 50 percent of which came from the owner of the BlackBerry mobile phone. They said that would leave the BB phone and switch to the iPhone 5. Meanwhile, there are 32 percent of Android owners who wish to have the iPhone 5.

The most attract mobile consumers in the United States is the look of the iPhone 5. A total of 58 percent of consumers who claim to like the look of the iPhone 5. The rest, the customer said he was happy with the battery life and performance followed by phone. In addition, there are 24 percent were disappointed that the iPhone 5 does not come with wireless charging and 24 percent were disappointed because there was no microUSB port.


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