Would Harry Potter have needed to take spells classes if he’d had access to the magic of the iPhone? NetworkWorld reports that while we’ll likely never know the answer to that question, we do know that 10 percent of British schoolchildren under the age of 10 are now iPhone users, according to a new survey released by cloud service vendor Westcoastcloud. The company commissioned a survey of 2000 British parents of children ages 10 and under to determine how big a role emerging technologies play in their lives. In addition to finding that 10 percent of British children own an iPhone, the survey also found that 5 percent of British children own an iPad…

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