IPhone 4: 72% satisfaction guaranteed?
By Stela Roman
72 percent of iPhone 4 users are "very satisfied" with the new Apple device shows a new report released Wednesday by market research firm ChangeWave.
In my opinion, the results of 213 iPhone 4 users are enough to find out the truth. Anyway, the
iPhone 4 numbers are lower than the satisfaction rating of the iPhone 3GS after its release: 82 percent reported being "very satisfied" while 17 percent said they were "somewhat satisfied."
Considering the antenna issues as soon as iPhone 4 was released, the results of this survey are a little bit odd for me. We all remember that the company promised free bumper cases to all buyers of the device at least until the end of September.
I guess I'm not the only one who thinks the results are "interesting": "ChangeWave found 153 people that are "very satisfied" with their iPhone 4? Wow...way to go. Didn't Apple sell 1.5 million phones on the first day? Keep up the hard work ChangeWave. I'm sure asking 213 people what they think must have been exhausting." (virgil_77)
When asked about dislikes iPhone 4, the antenna issue, surprisingly wasn't on the first place. Bad news for AT&T though. The list of dislikes looks like this: requirement tu use AT&T's network (27%); coverage/speed/quality at AT&T's 3G network (24%); antenna issues (24%); excessive dropped calls (23%); battery life is too short.
It seems that all the stones flyied into the AT&T's garden.