Tue 7 Apr 2009
Fortune’s Apple 2.0 weblog posted an article today covering the Piper Jaffray report surveying teens and the ChangeWayve Research survey professionals on their interests/intent to buy. They reported that 16% of teens and 30% of professionals plan to buy iPhones. The percentage amongts teens was down from the period right after the 3G launch, but I expect this to climb back up sharply when they introduce the next version, rumored to be announced at the WWDC this summer. Amongst teens, actual ownership was only at around 8% however. With AT&T’s exclusive deal ending on the iPhone, this could change as companies compete to entice iPhone users away from AT&T.