Professional researchers (that is, not fake ones like us) put together a little survey to see just who would be willing to wait in line for an iPhone come June 29. Not surprisingly, you’ll see a whole lot more guys in line than girls, with 72 percent of men saying they’d wait in line, compared to only 28 percent of women. You’re also more likely to find young guns there than old guys: 31 percent of people in line are between the ages of 15 and 24; 32 percent are between 25 and 34; then the rest.
Another neat finding is that iPhone users are most likely to live in New York and California. Those coastal values are not in sync with Middle America, I say.