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ChangeWave: iPhone demand down but still dominant

ChangeWave: iPhone demand down but still dominant

This week the folks at ChangeWave have shown off their quarterly consumer smartphone report, showing none other than Samsung as the big winner as far as market growth goes in the USA. This North American report covers the quarter leading up to the beginning of 2013, with the last quarter reported being December of 2012. This report asks several key questions, the main one being if those polled plan on purchasing a smart phone in the next 90 days, and if so, which one they'll get.

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ChangeWave shows iPad dominating steady tablet market

ChangeWave shows iPad dominating steady tablet market

This month the analysts at ChangeWave are reporting that the tablet market as a whole is growing steadily as of this May, with the iPad continuing to show undeniable dominance over its competitors. The only two tablets shown to be grabbing a market share worth mentioning in this study were the Amazon Kindle Fire and the Samsung Galaxy Tab, with ChangeWave noting that Samsung is growing while Amazon falls. This study shows that tablet demand as of May of this year continues to grow steadily, with 7% of respondents saying they were planning on purchasing a tablet in the next 90 days.

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iPad shakes up Corporate Market says ChangeWave

iPad shakes up Corporate Market says ChangeWave

The folks at ChangeWave have been doing analysis of the corporate world as it interacts with Apple's iPad over the past 12+ months, finding that this newest model slate has the strongest appeal yet for businesses looking to upgrade their employees. Of the 1,604 businesses surveyed by ChangeWave Research, 22% expect to buy tablets for their employees, with 84% of those businesses saying they're planning on purchasing the iPad specifically. This number is up from 77% looking to buy iPads (again inside that selection of businesses that plan on buying tablets) just this past November.

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ChangeWave Research Releases Apple vs Google Android Report

ChangeWave Research Releases Apple vs Google Android Report

Leading analyst and data company The 451 Group's ChangeWave Research devision has today released a report that takes 4,163 consumer and finds what they're reporting is a fresh look at smart phone demand trends. This report shows results in mobile OS and smart phone preferences now and going into the future. This is a survey that took place in June of this year and shows key comparisons between Google's Android mobile OS and Apple's iOS, this therefor showing the impact of the announcement of Apple's iCloud service specifically.

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ChangeWave Research: iPhone 4 Owners Happy, for the Most Part

ChangeWave Research: iPhone 4 Owners Happy, for the Most Part

When it comes to high profile devices, getting feedback from customers is one of the best ways for companies and manufacturers alike to see how their product stacks against the competition. And, most importantly, how it favors to those who dropped their hard earned cash on the product. For the iPhone 4, we all know the troubles the Apple manufactured handset is having, and that's why research and results, like the one just revealed by ChangeWave is so important. So is the iPhone 4 well liked? Find out after the cut.

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Survey suggests 19% of consumers would buy Apple’s iWatch

Survey suggests 19% of consumers would buy Apple’s iWatch

A recent survey done by ChangeWave Research shows that 19% of consumers would most likely purchase Apple's iWatch when it launches. 5% of consumers are "very likely" to buy the iWatch when it launches, while 14% are "somewhat likely" to purchase it. The survey was conducted from March 4th through March 19th, with over 1,713 North American consumers participating in it.

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iPhone buying intentions drop while Samsung rises

iPhone buying intentions drop while Samsung rises

Firm 451 ChangeWave Research has published its latest buying intentions numbers for smartphones, which reveal both a drop for the iPhone and steady rise for Samsung. The iPhone 5 in particular experienced a bigger dip than its predecessor, while Samsung handset buying intentions show an almost consistently steady rise in intentions. When combined, Apple and Samsung hold the majority of the smartphone buying intentions.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 15, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 15, 2013

Welcome to Tuesday evening, everyone. The afternoon started off with something of a bang with Facebook's big event, during which the company revealed the service's new Graph Search and explained the difference between the new feature and traditional web search. It also announced that it was partnering with Bing for search results in Graph Search, while we used the latest installment of SlashGear 101 to give you all of the details about this new feature.

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iPhone 5 appeal unblunted by Apple Maps says research

iPhone 5 appeal unblunted by Apple Maps says research

Teething problems with Apple Maps failed to blunt mass market enthusiasm for the iPhone 5, new research suggests, with demand significantly higher than ahead of the iPhone 4S. 451 Research and ChangeWave Research surveyed 4,270 consumers in September, and found that those saying they were "very likely" to buy an iPhone 5 were almost double the number of those saying the same thing ahead of its predecessor's release last year. Meanwhile, Windows Phone 8 could "make serious inroads in the smartphone industry" the researchers claim, surprisingly highlighting Samsung as likely to be the manufacturer that benefits the most.

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Next iPhone sees “unprecedented demand” in advance of reveal

Next iPhone sees “unprecedented demand” in advance of reveal

For a device that's not even been formally confirmed to exist by its manufacturer, Apple's next iPhone is certainly making a splash in ChangeWave's most recent report. Asking 4,042 citizens of "mostly" North America this June, ChangeWave found that 14 percent were "very likely" to purchase whatever phone Apple released next for themselves or for someone else. This device is referred to as the iPhone 5 in the study and has already trumped demand for the iPhone 4S according to studies the group did in advance of that device.

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