Wednesday, April 15, 2015

In the US, Only 11% Of Teenagers Are Interested In Apple Watch

Differently from what happens to the iPhone and iPad, which are still on top, a survey conducted by Gene Muster of Piper Jaffray highlights the lack of interest of US teens first smartwatch Apple.

The report involved more than 6,200 respondents, an impressive number of which only 11% indicated an interest in purchasing a smartwatch, a percentage that was reduced compared to the 16% recorded before the presentation of the device last year.

Of this 11%, however, most were interested in Apple Watch as an element of style and design.

The situation is very different, however, for iPhone and iPad, owned respectively by 66 and 64% of respondents. As for iPhone owners, 72% expect their next smartphone will again be an iPhone while surprisingly, only 60% of iPad users will confirm the Apple tablet as next purchase while 20% will opt for Windows.