“Customer acquisition firm, Fluent, surveyed Americans on their thoughts about the rumored ‘iPhone 7,’ the rumored Apple Watch 2, and perceptions around the brand,” Dennis Sellers writes for Apple World Today. “The survey was conducted among 1,735 adult residents (aged 18 and up) in the U.S.”
“The survey finds that iPhone owners are sticking with iPhone. Eighty-seven percent of iPhone users say they will purchase another Apple device as their next phone,” Sellers writes. “Only 76% of Android users plan to purchase another Android device; 17% of Android users want to switch to an iPhone.”
“Fluent also notes that Apple Watch owners are much more likely to purchase a new smartwatch in the next year,” Sellers writes. “Sixty-eight percent of Apple Watch owners say they ‘definitely or probably will’ upgrade to a new smartwatch this year.”
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MacDailyNews Take: At the moment, sight unseen for both, of course, we’re slightly more excited for Apple Watch 2 than for iPhone 7, just because we’d like GPS onboard Apple Watch so badly. We’re sure that after we get the full presentation about iPhone’s camera and other new features we’ll be even more ready to sell on our iPhone 6s Plus units and upgrade to Apple’s best iPhone yet!