Occasionally, we come across these unscientific, weird surveys that characterize owners of certain brands of phones in certain ways.
This is what really matters to iPhone users, according to the results of a survey. "A big battery" can apparently improve iPhone devices
Apple may be in for huge sales success with the new iPhone 2018 models. Since surveys and other sources are certain of their potential
The battle between iOS and Android is probably going to last forever, and we probably won't ever know which OS is better, but at least we know why people switch between OS
Apple and Samsung are in for an interesting last quarter, specially when people are apparently more excited over the new iPhone models
43 million adults in the US are now estimated to own at least one smart speaker. And people are using their smart speakers to buy more stuff.
More singles in America would prefer their partner to have an iPhone than an Android phone. Also, iPhone users tend to behave badly on dates. What a survey!
Four out of five teenagers happen to like their iPhones, thank you very much, and even one out of five teens want an Apple Watch to go with.
But with only just over a third of US households having a smart speaker, how does the market grow from here? Kantar Worldpanel has a few thoughts.
Android loyalty numbers are higher than ever in the US, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, although iOS customer retention is not too bad either.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for both T-Mobile and flagship prepaid sub-brand MetroPCS, according to the latest J.D. Power research.
Apple is number one in CIRP's Q4 2017 US smartphone activation rankings, surging from a 34 percent share during the final three months of 2016 to an impressive 39 percent.
Surveys conducted by Edison Research and NPR say that 36 million adults in the US own a smart speaker powered by assistants from Google or Amazon. Alexa, presumably because of its two-year head start, has a big lead here.
It tops runner-up Verizon by a good bit in many metrics of customer satisfaction and references. And there's plenty of room between it and AT&T and Sprint.
The bank expects the very expensive iPhone X to drive up the average sales price of all iPhones this quarter to a whopping $823.
But will the survey hold out in front of reality, where people may get fed up with long queue times for iPhone X shipments?
Consumer sentiment surveys are abound and the investment firms are using them to gauge how they'll play Apple stock ahead of the iPhone 8 launch.
The consumer poll, conducted by Fluent, backs up that claim with big loyalty numbers for Apple consumers that would make any Android OEM jealous.
There's good and bad news for US mobile users in OpenSignal's latest "State of LTE" report. Basically, LTE speeds are horrible, but availability is great.
As crazy as it sounds, iPhone SE owners stateside are more satisfied with their property than those rocking a 7 Plus, Galaxy S7 or S6 Edge+.
Piper Jaffray continues its survey on teens' preferences for mobile tech brands and it turns out that Apple is getting its best mindshare figures ever.
Apple is apparently number one in 'brand intimacy' alongside profitability and customer satisfaction. And this new list doesn't just include tech brands.
Apple is the unsurprising winner of a 2017 J.D. Power smartphone satisfaction award, followed as closely as mathematically possible by Samsung.