Survey says...demand for Apple iPhone 6 still strong

According to brokerage firm Piper Jaffray, demand continues to rise for the Apple iPhone 6. A survey conducted by the brokerage firm finds that 40% of respondents plan on making a purchase of the 4.7-inch handset sometime in the next three months. That compares to the 37% of those surveyed who planned on buying the iPhone 6 within three months after the phone was released last September...
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31. suneeboy

Posts: 201; Member since: Oct 02, 2012

Of course the demand is high. The iPhone 6 is a great all around phone.

37. TimCook

Posts: 450; Member since: Oct 23, 2014

I don't understand why people are so surprised. Demand for IPhones has been strong for a decade now. Every i device released so far has been a bestseller. Apple is people's favorite brand and they have earnd it, with hard work ...

51. joey_sfb

Posts: 6794; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

This comment I accept, its true that Apple iPhone is popular. Its been out of stock for awhile.

43. geusan

Posts: 137; Member since: Oct 19, 2014

hate and jealousy

60. trqster

Posts: 176; Member since: May 17, 2013

Haters gonna hate.... But let's simply look at the facts: how many bad reviews did the iPhone 6?

78. bart0083

Posts: 4; Member since: Dec 24, 2014

Currently I have got a brand new phone and it is Samsung galaxy s4 mini. It's rooted and on cyanogenmod, not depend from Google and Samsung . Also customised to everything black on the screen, because of amoled. It is very fast and battery life is 3 to 4 days, so why to buy expensive and latest phones? High specification to run a Facebook or what? Also who are the iPhone people? I think that they buying those phones because of the fashion or it makes them feel famous or something? Ask anyone of iPhone users about the specification of the iPhone? - they don't know much about it. Also software in iPhone users language mean - pressing the icons on the screen and few more things about the Facebook. They don't comparing it with any other phones, that's why they don't know that iPhone cost 3-4 times more than other phones with even better specification. If they are so proud of how the iPhone it's made- body materials etc... Why to keep it in the cover case? As most of them do! Some of them even buying cases in the poundland- £500 phone in the case for a £1 :-) No other company than apple gives on sale something worth so cheap, and like in old phones components cost them nothing- (Old processors, not much ram memory etc..) Selling it to people for terribly high price, and make those idiots happy. But as we know fashion cost a lot of money- pay the price if you wanna be a posh iPhone user. Even if somebody love an iPhone why not buy an iPhone 4s - still chance to buy brand new ones for much less and it's not much difference to the newer versions- what a waste of money called a fashion.

79. ThePython

Posts: 902; Member since: May 08, 2013

LOL I post a comment criticizing haters and PhoneArena takes it down. Top notch moderation right there.

84. robocopvn

Posts: 504; Member since: Mar 10, 2010

Because they dont have a chance to try a good android phone ~ with similar price tag. Please, I don't really understand people always compare Iphone to the much cheaper phone. 5 of my friends, I persuade them to switch to a flag-ship androids, and they're stick with it without considering going back.

85. Nobodey

Posts: 76; Member since: Jan 03, 2010

Not sure if its the article that is lacking information, or the survey itself. But without knowing about the control group, its impossible to make any real logical conclusions. Are the "respondants" all from any certain city? San Fransico for example is extremely iPhone friendly. Are the "respondants" a cross section of everyone everywhere? Because if so, the math does not track. 40% of all people plus the 20% (approx) that already have iPhone 6's make 60% of everyone wanting iPhone 6's? Does not make sense. We need more info!!

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