52% of respondents stated that they chose Apple products because the technology was more reliable and secure, while the benefit of usability followed next at 28%. Familiarity with Apple products represented 10% of respondent answers, while design and aesthetic reason accounted for 3%.
The report additionally suggests that since the debut of the iPad, penetration in the legal services profession has risen from an initial 10% to 67%.
“For the fourth year in a row, the 2013 Apple in Law Firm survey results show the iPhone and iPad as two devices that have reshaped the legal technology landscape, with 2 in 3 law offices using either an iPhone or iPad,” said Clio CEO and co-founder Jack Newton. “Few technologies have achieved this level of ubiquity in a law firm.”
Taken from: http://www.cultofmac.com/268116/apple-products-dominating-legal-profession-report/