In a note to clients — as reported by “Fortune” — Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster reported the results of his annual cell phone survey. Among the key points:
° Asked what phone they were going to buy next, 65% said an iPhone, 19% said a Google Android, 6.5% said “not a smartphone,” 6% said “I don’t know,” and 2.5% said a Research in Motion Blackberry.
° Fifty-one percent of respondents who planned on making the iPhone their next smartphone (whether current iPhone users or not) said they were waiting for the next gen iPhone.
° 94.2% of iPhone users plan to buy an iPhone for their next phone, improving upon last year’s rate of 93%. If you throw in half of the 2.9% of iPhone owners who were still unsure, the re-buy rate rises to nearly 95.7%.
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