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    Default Is it me??? Or are iPhones everywhere now???

    Seems like everywhere I look or observe. The majority has swung to
    The iPhone as the phone most people seem to have at the moment.

    I work at a high line dealership. My clients use to be all were blackberry. Then android started showing up. Now it is like the only phone is iPhone. I can not believe just how many high up Dr's, Lawyers, CEO's , Business owners have switched to iPhone. I know. I end up having to pair their shiny
    New iPhones to the Bluetooth of their cars.

    So what do you see out in the wild?? More iPhones, Android, blackberry, or windows phone( which I have yet to see in the wild by anyone)?
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    i live in a college town and i can definitely say that the iPhone is THE majority
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    iPhone mostly then blackberry and some androids


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    I agree they're everywhere.
    My wife still has a BB because of work but they are testing iPhones and iPads.
    At least she has an personal iPad 2
    Good Luck
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    I am a student and I work at the IT helpdesk on campus, and most of us students there have iPhones while the full time people have mostly droids.
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    It really depends. For my country, iPhone is still the majority. Android comes close to second while those using BB are those who are working in high post and corporate world.
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    I see mostly iPhones, then Android based phones, and an occasional Blackberry now and then.
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    Mostly iPhones here in Sweden. It is our chosen phone at work and we are all issued one ...


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    Around by me it's iPhone top choice, then android or bb. Majority in the malls are iPhones as well. Mostly the white one everywhere.
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    Most of my colleagues have iPhones. Two have Android devices. It used to be the majority of our students had iPhones, but that's slowly swinging to Android as they become cheaper and cheaper, since teenagers are not very good custodians of expensive gadgets. As often as some need them replaced, they are better off with the inexpensive Android phones.
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    Around my town you see about a 50/50 ratio of iPhone and Android, with absolutely NO Blackberry phones in sight.


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    Around here, it varies. iPhones are seen a lot as well as androids. Blackberries are less common but you do see them. I think Androids are seen as more reliable and cheaper. iPhones are seen as the "cool" things to play around with.
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    iPad in almost every seat in business clas, both directions.
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    I live in Boston and me and my fiancé switched from Android to Apple and were taking the Red Line and noticed that there were at one point 14 other iPhones ranging from the 3GS to 4s in the one car we were on. Apple is starting to dominate Boston, Ma. Lol :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by bhappy11 View Post
    Seems like everywhere I look or observe. The majority has swung to
    The iPhone as the phone most people seem to have at the moment.

    I work at a high line dealership. My clients use to be all were blackberry. Then android started showing up. Now it is like the only phone is iPhone. I can not believe just how many high up Dr's, Lawyers, CEO's , Business owners have switched to iPhone. I know. I end up having to pair their shiny
    New iPhones to the Bluetooth of their cars.

    So what do you see out in the wild?? More iPhones, Android, blackberry, or windows phone( which I have yet to see in the wild by anyone)?
    Maybe it's just you. Here in SW Florida, it's 45% iPhone, 45% Android, and 10% BB. About five years ago, BB and Android, would have changed places.
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    I work in a global pharma company and if you did a survey 2 years ago it would have been Blackberry as the large majority. Now there are only two people left in my entire floor. everyone else has gone iPhone. Either 4 or 4S, mostly black ones.
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    In my neck o the woods its deff Android that rules the roost. Followed (not so closely) by iphone and BB is all but non existent.. At my work i am the only iphone user. Even the company uses Razr's as the company phones..

    So i am the lone stranger with my awesome white 4s

    On a side note, when at my local corporate Verizon store the other day i noticed the sales people there are split with what they carry, of the 6 employees i saw 3 were Android (2 Razr and 1 G-Nex) and 2 iphones with the 6th being a windows phone.. They do HEAVILY push iphones tho. i was there with my daughter who absolutely HAD to have the purple Razr, and the sales lady all but said she was not a NORMAL teen because she wanted the Razr and not an iphone..

    But me personally, i love my 4s and not too interested in anything else.
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    All I see is blackberry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkcable View Post
    All I see is blackberry!
    You must be in waterloo, canada! Haha. I see about 1 blackberry per every 10 other devices. Most of those devices are iPhones or Nexus'
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkcable View Post
    All I see is blackberry!
    Recovering Crack(Berry) addicts have this problem


    ~Sent via Carrier Pigeon~
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    Quote Originally Posted by grunt0300 View Post
    Maybe it's just you. Here in SW Florida, it's 45% iPhone, 45% Android, and 10% BB. About five years ago, BB and Android, would have changed places.
    Here in NE Philly I see an equal number of people carrying these devices as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxiang View Post
    Recovering Crack(Berry) addicts have this problem


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    True. Sad, really.
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    All those non-iPhones look alike to me. At that I do not see as many non-iPhones as real iPhones. Of course, converts are always more zealous.
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    Hope you all didn't miss the wink! As a CrackBerry addict all I ever do is look at my phone. I DO have an iPad thou!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sancho90 View Post
    Around my town you see about a 50/50 ratio of iPhone and Android, with absolutely NO Blackberry phones in sight.


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    I'd say I see this as well. Blackberry sightings are way down, they are pretty rare now. If I speak with someone with a Blackberry about 75% of the time it is a company issued phone and they pull either an iPhone or Android phone out of their other pocket that is their personal phone.

    Lowest of all is Windows Phone.
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