I read the news today, oh boy. About those lucky folks who made the grade. They were given an option to get a new partner. Or, a new iPad. Which would you choose?
The online casino Roxy Palace conducted a survey of the site’s visitors and came up with some surprising results.
The question was offered to bachelors who visited the site. 11-percent of them would rather have an Apple iPad than a new partner. Does that show desperation for one of the world’s most beloved and sought after gadgets? Or, are those folks shrewd beyond their years?
3-percent of the bachelors in the survey said they’d ditch their current partner for an iPad. I suspect that those relationships aren’t going all that well anyway.
That means 84-percent of the women said they’d rather have a new partner than an iPad. What does that say about their current partner? Those guys are not worth the price of an iPad.
Some questions were of a non-gadget, but somewhat modern view. 44-percent of those polled said they’d used an app to help with a relationship problem. 15-percent said they consulted the internet for relationship advice.
Uh huh. Right.
Surprising is the number of women and men who’d rather have a new partner than a new iPad. That’s putting a price tag on relationships. At least, it’s a price tag on the relationships of those who visit Roxy Palace, the online gaming site. I suspect those stats are skewed from the general public’s typical response. After all, Roxy Palace is a place for players.
It doesn’t take much effort to determine what kind of shopper buys an iPad. Visit any Apple Store and watch who buys, who is in for instruction, who is having an iPad (or Mac, or iPhone) setup.
Apple’s customer base spans the spectrum of gadget buyers. Old, young, hip and chic, mature and conservative. Everyone loves their Apple gadgets. People of all types stand in line to buy the latest.
Have you ever seen another line of customers waiting to buy a company’s new product? Android smart phone? Windows PC? The latest Windows?