70% of iPad 2 buyers either are or are not replacing their original iPads, depending where you ask
Monday, Mar 14, 2011
According to a Mobclix poll of 50 customers waiting in line at Apple's Palo Alto store, 70% were buying an iPad 2 to replace their original iPad. According to analysts at Piper Jaffray conducting a poll of 236 linewaiters in New York City and Minneapolis, 70% were first-time iPad buyers. I'd be interested in seeing charts that graph the distributions across both the geographic location and the respondent's place in line.
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