22% want an iPhone in the US

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Piper Jaffray’s 16th bi-annual survey of American teenagers has found that 22 percent want the prized Apple iPhone in the next six months, up from the 9 percent who was reported to get one in spring 2008. This could be because of the new 3G capabilities, or its now cheaper.

It also found that 8 percent of participants already owned iPhones, an increase of 2 percent from the last survey. As well, students expecting to eventually buy a mobile phone, 33 percent selected an iPhone.

Source: CNN Money

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