Shortly before the launch of Apple’s iPhone 6s, MMD Labo conducted a survey into the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Over the 17th and 18th of September 2015 3,000 mobile phone users aged between 15 and 69 completed a private internet-based questionnaire. No age breakdown was given, but there were 1,000 respondents from each of the three major mobile carriers, docomo, au and SoftBank.
I’m not interested in the iPhone at all; it mollycoddles the user too much for my liking, and I’ve not been a faw of Apple since way back when I had to use one that was too clever for its own good, getting in the way of the workflow I wanted to do, and more recent encounters have been similar exercises in frustration.
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