Apple continues to do well among some of the most fickle and influential consumers of technology: teenagers.
Piper Jaffray does a biannual survey on the purchasing habits of 769 teenagers as they related to devices like cell phones and music players, and released the results of the latest survey Tuesday. Not surprisingly, the market leader in portable digital music players is the market leader among high school students: 84 percent of those surveyed own an iPod, up from 82 percent last year.
The iPhone is also gaining ground, perhaps as a result of the new $199 entry fee to iPhoneland this year. … Read more