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iPhone News about the iPhone March 16, 2007 on 1:47 am | In iPhones | 3 Comments

It’s really interesting to measure the buzz around the iPhone announcement back in January. In fact I come back to that period because Google has unveiled some key figures around the early days of January:


As you can see, in early January the search of the term “iphone” starts to be a big phenomenon and it surpass the “ipod” term. But after that short period the buzz has stopped because the annoucement was for the iPhone fans to wait until June 2007. Finally, before January the search of the term “iphone” was closed to zero, but after the annoucement it becomes a popular term (about 17% of the search of “ipod” or “apple” term). I won’t be surprised to see “iphone” term in the top searches on popular search engines for 2007…

Anyway, some interesting graphs about the news buzz around the iPhone show that the news buzz is very closed to the trend of “iphone” search inside Google.



Finally, here is the Alexa stats (I know that Alexa is not really accurate) of a blog that has talked about the iPhone since a long time and who is in the top 10 list of website in Google when you search for “iphone”. As you can see the stats of this blog has the same look as the Google trends graph:


I will make a bet about the real launch of the iPhone in June, I think we will see a bigger buzz around this launch compared to the announcement of January, see you in June to measure it live…


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  1. That is some great work you did there. It’s as if we are in the eye of the storm. I’m sure those stats will start to reverse as it gets closer to June.

    Comment by — March 17, 2007 #

  2. Really interesting work you have done here.

    Comment by — March 19, 2007 #

  3. Wow excellent work on the stats of this. I hope it didn’t take too long to find out all the information, it’s very useful thanks!

    Comment by — May 9, 2007 #

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