Facebook And Apple Products Lose Public Interest, According To Survey By SodaHead
Is Facebook falling? How about Apple? According to a recent poll by sodahead.com, the web's largest opinion-based community, "the public is experiencing both Facebook and Apple 'fatigue.'"
The poll indicates that, 52 percent of respondents feel that they will spend less time on Facebook in the next year, while only 12 percent plan on spending more time. 36 percent think they will spend the same amount of time on Facebook.
37 percent of respondents no longer check Facebook at all while 33 percent check a few times a day, 20 percent check once or twice a day and only 10 percent are checking constantly.
While Facebook is losing its popularity, more and more Internet users choose to use other social networking sites. 73 percent of respondents believe another social network will eventually eclipse Facebook, while only 27 percent think that no other social network will ever top Facebook.
In addition to Facebook, Apple also loses some favor. For its rumored upcoming product "iPad Mini," says the poll, "only 28 percent of respondents are interested while 72 percent are already "over it," so does the anticipation for iPhone 5.
Below is an infographic of the poll result collected on July 12.