“Consumers have ‘unprecedented’ demand for Apple’s phone, according to new data from RBC’s Technology Adoption Panel,” Dan Frommer reports for SIlicon Alley Insider.
From RBC analyst Mike Abramsky’s note:
• 56% of those planning to buy a smartphone in the next 90 days plan to purchase an iPhone, up from 35% in March.
• Purchase interest in Apple is 2x or more that of other brands surveyed: RIM 23% (RIMM), Palm 3% (PALM), HTC 2%, Nokia 2% (NOK), Samsung 2%, Motorola 1% (MOT), others 11%.
• The jump is the largest interest ahead of any consumer phone launch recorded by RBC’s panel since 2003.
More interesting bullet points can be found in the full article – recommended – here.
Naysayers, what part of “bloodbath” didn’t you understand?