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Apple claims that 99 percent of iPhone users love their iPhone

Technically Incorrect: In one of two new ads, Apple celebrates the notion that almost every iPhone user loves that gadget. Is there actual evidence for this?

By July 10, 2015


iPhone 4S satisfies 96 percent of owners, ChangeWave says

The research firm also says Siri is the feature consumers "like best." They've got gripes, though, about the battery life of Apple's smartphone.

By December 1, 2011


iPhone 6 woos potential buyers with promise of bigger screen

A hefty 40 percent of people polled by ChangeWave Research said they'd likely buy Apple's next-generation iPhone.

By April 10, 2014


iPhone tops among potential buyers, but Samsung surging

Half of potential smartphone buyers polled would opt for Apple, yet Samsung devices are growing in demand, says a ChangeWave survey.

By January 15, 2013


With iPad Mini, Apple poised to shake up tablet market. Again

Apple skirts the low-end line with a more affordable, but smaller version of its blockbuster iPad that could bring tablets even more into the mainstream.

By October 23, 2012


Apple's Maps mess? 'Antennagate' was messier

A new consumer-research survey says people just don't care about Apple's Maps software like they did about iPhone 4 antenna issues.

By October 12, 2012


People love their tablets, report says

A new study shows that users are more satisfied with their tablets than their smartphones, and among tablets the iPad is king.

By August 6, 2012


iPad still a destination for fun and games, study finds

A new study from research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners has found that Web surfing and entertainment dominate iPad owners' time with their tablet.

By July 19, 2012


Apple's iPad favored among vast majority of would-be tablet buyers

The iPad is on the wishlist of 73 percent of folks who plan to buy a tablet in the next 90 days, according to ChangeWave Research.

By June 5, 2012


New iPad owners reveal their likes and dislikes

The Retina Display topped the list as the most liked feature, while the iPad's cost was the biggest complaint, says a new survey from ChangeWave.

By April 2, 2012