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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Men Want Android, Women Prefer iPhone

This isn't very surprising to me.


Not to be sexist but... (obviously with the preface, I will be)

Women like pretty, but sometimes useless things (like: manicures, pink Uggs, and buying things on sale that they don't really need); while men like items of utility and over-the-top features (like: all-in-one tools, 500HP luxury cars, and over paying for things they want/need right now)
According to a Nielsen survey released this morning, there's a distinct gender gap when it comes to phone platforms. Based on a survey of 9,200 people in the U.S. conducted in August through October, Android is the most-desired platform among men, with 33% of male respondents saying they want one. The iPhone was a close second, with 29%.


But among women, Apple rules, with 31% of respondents saying they wanted an iPhone, versus a paltry 23% who said they'd prefer an iPhone [sic- think they meant Android?].
(Business Insider)


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