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August 3, 2011 / David Bleeker

Consumer sentiment sees iPhone leaving Android and the rest in the dust

Yes, he only surveyed 216 mobile phone users in Minneapolis, chosen not so randomly near “food courts, on the street, near the entrance of a baseball stadium on game day.” But analyst Gene Munster struck a raw chord with his account to Piper Jaffray clients on Monday, as reported by Fortune CNN.

Munster found that 94 percent of iPhone users plan to buy another iPhone when they get a new smartphone. But he also found that just 47 percent of Android users say they plan to buy another Android smartphone — and most of those who plan to abandon Android (42 percent) say they’re going to get an iPhone next. Ouch! [read more]


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