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Tuesday, 26 July 2011 10:54

Survey says 35 percent will buy new iPhone

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Remaining 65 percent will try to talk them out of it
PriceGrabber’s latest poll claims that 35 percent of users are planning to buy an iPhone 5 when it hits the shelves.

The poll included 2,852 consumers and revealed what we knew all along – people just like them new iPhones. Apparently, 7 percent intend to buy it in the first week; 30 percent intend to do so by end of 2011 whereas 52 percent ill buy it in the first year of release.

Of course, this is far from a definitive global survey, but you can bet your money that the end result will be pretty close. Oh and I was just joking about the ‘talk them out of it’ part, because when it comes to buying Apple gear, the term mission impossible seems like a walk in the park.

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