Apple iPhone gaining traction with corporations

In its latest IT purchasing survey, ChangeWave reports the Apple iPhone is gaining traction with corporations. ChangeWave's survey, conducted Aug. 11-21, indicated a slightly weaker visibility for RIM. At 79 percent of the market, RIM was three-points lower than its record high in May. ChangeWave attributes some of this to the delay of RIM's Bold device, which is still not available in the U.S. market. 

Meanwhile, with 17 percent share Apple continues to show momentum in terms of corporate-planned purchases. Apple was up 4 points compared to the previous survey. And 19 percent of those surveyed said that the release of the iPhone 3G has made their company more likely to purchase an Apple iPhone.

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