54% of future smartphone users would choose Apple’s iPhone, the latest data from ChangeWave research reveals. The figures come from a survey of 4,000 North American consumers. Even though the number is 11% under the 65% who said they would buy an iPhone before the 4S came out, Changewave points out that Apple has nevertheless managed to conserve much of the launch momentum.
The survey also reveals customer satisfaction, with 75% being “very satisfied” with the iPhone as of December 2011. That is more than double the Blackberry’s satisfaction rating, which is a miserable 22%.
Other brands did not perform well on the future buyer survey either, with only 13% saying they would buy a Samsung. This new data is just another sign of the iPhone’s dominance and how much it appeals to the general public.