Tag Archives: Survey

iPad customers prefer landscape mode to portrait, new survey says

Onswipe released the first of its new monthly usage reports today with a few bits of interesting information pertaining to iPad customers. Apparently 59.8 percent of the 127 million users Onswipe tracked prefer landscape mode to portrait mode, which came it at 41.2 percent. I was surprised when I first read this report, but as I thought about it…

Apple U.S. smartphone marketshare jumps to 39%

A new study MobiLens study from research firm comScore has revealed that there are now 136.7 million iPhone users living in the U.S., bringing Apple’s U.S. smartphone marketshare to 39%. This number has jumped 2.7 percent from 36.3 percent last quarter. What’s surprising is that the only other company among the top 5 OEMs to show a growth in brand…

Apple CEO Tim Cook still very popular with employees according to latest Glassdoor report

Glassdoor, a company which specializes in finding out exactly how employees rate their companies’ owners and CEOs has published its latest results for 2013. Think of it – if you will – as Yelp for employees. Essentially, staff can log on and rate their management anonymously and leave reviews. You’ll be glad to know that Apple’s employees think Tim Cook…

19% of consumers interested in buying an Apple iWatch

Spurred by rumors of impending wearable Apple tech, a ChangeWave Research survey published today (Friday) has shown that 19% of consumers are interested in buying an iWatch. 5% said that they were “Very Likely” to buy the product for themselves or someone else when it became available, with 14% saying they were “somewhat likely”. Whilst this…

Survey suggests very few people are using AirPlay

Since its introduction, AirPlay has remained a nice convenient feature of iOS. Having the ability to “beam” content from your iPad or iPhone to an Apple TV or compatible audio product is certainly not a necessity, but it is very cool. To see how many people actually made use of Apple’s proprietary DLNA technology, NPD Group surveyed a group of around…