Parents who have allowed their children to play with iPad are now able to reap what you sow: a recent Nielsen study shows that almost half of children (44 percent) wanted the iPhone in the next six months, compared to 31 percent last year. And right behind it is the iPod Touch (30 percent) and iPhone (27 percent).
Among consumers 13 years, the iPad also ranked first, but it is a much smaller percentage of respondents expressing their desire for a (24 percent), compared to 18 percent in 2010. As teenagers and adults, computers and electronic readers followed by 18 percent.
As a child sets, computers, not 3DS iPad tablet and figured heavily in their minds, with each coming in 25 percent. Other game consoles, smart phones and televisions also claimed a place in the wanna-you have your list.
Other recent polls show that the iPad 2 is the most sought after of the season, with 65 percent of voters Sodahead put in the top of your wish list. Our own informal survey in a story that showed 39 percent of the 632 who voted also want an iPad 2 for Christmas, followed by 10 percent over the Kindle Fire.