Piper Jaffray: 48 Percent of U.S. Teens Have an iPhone; 62 Percent Plan to Buy One

Martin Fichter, HTC America president, back in 2011:

Always interested in opposition research, Fichter asked why these kids weren’t clutching the Apple phone (apparently Apple hasn’t totally lost the kids — MacBook Airs were hot). They told him that their parents carried iPhones and they didn’t want the gadgets their parents carried. “The iPhone wasn’t cool. I mean, would you want what your parents wanted?” he asked the audience. “I wouldn’t.”

Wednesday, 10 April 2013