- 12-08-2011, 11:41 AM #26
- 12-08-2011, 11:45 AM #27
im tell you one thing I noticed change real fast.. theres only a few people on my facebook posting from a blackberry anymore.. I used to see tons of blackberrys on facebook. Now I see posted from mobile more often which is either iphone android or ipad android tablet etc..
- 12-08-2011, 05:05 PM #28
- 12-08-2011, 06:25 PM #29
I see mostly Androids. I work in a very low-income area where prepaid phones are common. A lot of people seem to get the cheapest Android they can find. iPhones are becoming more popular and I always ask my clients who carry iPhones if they like their phone.
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- 12-08-2011, 06:42 PM #30
- 12-08-2011, 07:04 PM #31
Five years ago, I purchased my very first phone, a Blackberry 8330. The proceeded to own BB's. I realized the OS was starting to suck, but what finally made me jump was my BB messenger dwindled down to 4. Even then on AT&T iPhones were dominant in the NYC area. I own the 4s. Now, and couldn't be happier!
- 12-08-2011, 08:14 PM #32
- 12-08-2011, 08:36 PM #33iPhone Newbie
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i notice this as well. It seems like they are everywhere. it may seem like there is more than lets say android phones because android runs on so many platforms, they don't stand out like the two obvious bodies of the iPhone you know? and the iPhone 4/4s is such a unique design it kind of stands out.
- 12-08-2011, 10:19 PM #34
I see more Androids over iPhones on the Metra in Chicagoland. Very few BBs.
I fail to see though how corporate clients would switch to iPhones from BB as I widely read on forums.
I find it quite cumbersome typing out emails or any text longer than 2 lines on my new iPhone.
The keyboard is good to keep on typing, god forbid if you have to go back to add or edit what you wrote.
- 12-08-2011, 11:32 PM #35
lately ive been seeing a ton of iphones in new york, especially on the trains. we do still have a ton of blackberry users as well (mainly businesses). its strange because 3 years ago i saw nothing but blackberry. it would be interesting to see if there was some sort of chart that showed the phaseout of blackberry in the consumer market... especially since the 4s dropped. i know like me, others were waiting for the iphone to be global capable like my blackberry was. went from 80 bbm contacts to 3 before i preordered the 4s in october!
- 12-09-2011, 06:38 AM #36
Last month, here in Cleveland, OH area, Lego kidsfest was in town. I saw a ton of iphone 4/4s. I was also in Canton last weekend for the Ohio division 1 state football game championship. I spotted a ton of iphone 4/4s. They are everywhere now.
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- 12-09-2011, 07:06 AM #37
- 12-09-2011, 08:20 AM #38
I have an iPhone. My co-worker just switched from an Android to an iPhone yesterday. My sister and her husband have iPhones. Out of the doctors and CRNAs I work with, almost all of them have iPhones. One doctor has a BB Bold, one doctor has an Android, one CRNA has a Nokia and one CRNA has a Storm2.
Even at the hospital I'm at, I see mostly iPhones. In the elevator this morning, there were 6 people. One doctor had an iPhone and an iPad. I had my iPhone. Two other people had iPhones and I didn't see phones for the other people.
I see iPhones a lot more than I see BB or Android. They're just more popular here.
- 12-09-2011, 01:53 PM #39
I see a lot of Android and iPhones in my classes at the university here. Sometimes I'll see an old school flip phone but very rarely. My psych professor even had an iPhone and talked about being addicted to WWF. I always check out people's cases to see what they have!
- 12-09-2011, 03:01 PM #40