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Report: 150 million iPhone users want to iCloud 22 June 2011

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76 Percent of iPhone users want in Apple’s iCloud
76 Percent of iPhone users want in Apple’s iCloud. This is the result of an investigation of the Investment Bank RBC capital markets analysts. This would mean that Apple can win over 150 million iPhone users for its cloud service.

Apple’s new text service is available at the iMessage iPhone users at a premium. According to the report, 73 percent of iPhone users use the new messaging service – the equivalent of at least about 150 million users.

Other iCloud offers in planning?
The analysts at RBC will also assume that Apple will add soon more services to iCloud offer. These include above all audio and video streaming as well as photo and video sharing, they suspect. RBC interviewed 1,500 iPhone user for his survey in the period from 7 to 14

[via dcellphoneshop]

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