Here's how Apple fans think Siri would look if she were a real person
Apple fans in New York City were recently surveyed while waiting it out for the new iPhone 5. The poll, conducted by popular insurance company Protect Your Bubble, asked over 150 men and women a bunch of Apple-related questions to kill some time in line.
While there were many interesting – and some not so shocking – gadget-related revelations, the one that really grabbed our attention was the response to Siri irl.
Out of those polled, the majority of folks (27.8 percent) think that Siri's human incarnation would look like Angelina Jolie. Not suprising, considering that 74 percent of those polled were males around the age of 25. Betty White and Cameron Diaz tied for second place as Human-Siri, coming in at a close 25 percent.
Siri aside, over 50 percent of Apple fans admitted that they valued their iPhone far more than their old school wallet. So much, in fact, that if they had to choose, they'd prefer to lose their billfold over their beloved handset. That might seem a bit much at first glance, but it's probably the smarter option, given that we're now far more likely to store personal tidbits in our smartphones than our purses and pockets.
Additionally, most of the crowd agreed that spending time with Lady Gaga was nowhere near the top of their celebrity dinner dream list (a mere 17.5 percent thought that might be cool); the majority (33.6 percent) opting instead for a meal with Steve Jobs.
Here's a little more:
40. 6 percent of Apple customers have already owned three or more previous versions of the iPhone
Apple fans waited an average of 2 to 4 hours in line for the iPhone 5
41.7 percent of those polled were most excited for the bigger screen; 29.2 percent were more concerned with the battery; 25.7 percent were blinded by the design; 22.9 percent were totally hung up on the camera
32.2 percent planned to buy iPhone 5 insurance, because apparently 43.4 percent didn't realize that replacing the iPhone 5 without a contract can cost as much a mortgage payment (up to $749)
Fans of the Cupertino Calif.-based company think Samsung isn't so bad (most likely when Apple isn't an option). They also dig Sony, Starbucks, Gucci and Nike.