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Game Controller poll ends, New iPad poll begins

Our latest poll – “What’s the maximum price you’d pay for an iPhone 5/5s/iPod touch 5G-only game controller?” – has now ended. With iOS 7 adding official support for iPhone and iPod game controllers, we asked our readers to let us know what they would consider to be a fair price for such an accessory, assuming it worked only with the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, and fifth-generation iPod touch.

The majority of responses—fifty-one percent—indicated that they had no interest at all in an iOS Game Controller. Of the remaining responses, most were closely split between “under $30” at twenty-one percent and “$30 - $50” at nineteen percent. Only five percent of respondents indicated that they would consider a game controller in the $51-$70 range, and only four percent would consider one in the $71 - $100 range.

What's the maximum price you'd pay for an iPhone 5/5s/iPod touch 5G-only game controller?
Total Votes: 788
Under $30
 21% (164)
 
$30 - $50
 19% (153)
 
$51 - $70
 5% (40)
 
$71 - $100 (without spare battery)
 1% (6)
 
$71 - $100 (with spare battery)
 3% (27)
 
Over $100 (with or without spare battery)
 1% (7)
 
Nothing - I have no interest in an iOS Game Controller
 50% (391)
 

With Apple’s iPad event officially set for October 22nd, this week we’d like to know if you’re planning on purchasing a new iPad following the event. Are you looking forward to a new fifth-generation iPad or second-generation iPad mini, or are you holding out for the next generation model? Or is the iPad still something you’re not interested in owning at all? Our latest poll Have you been waiting for the Apple event to buy a new iPad? lets you have your say. As always, you can find the iLounge Poll in the left-hand column of the main iLounge.com homepage. Cast your vote today!

Have you been waiting for the Apple event to buy a new iPad?
Total Votes: 657
Yes, iPad 5
 30% (198)
 
Yes, iPad mini 2
 26% (174)
 
Yes, both
 11% (69)
 
No, I bought and am not planning to replace my iPad
 22% (142)
 
No, I'm waiting for the next generation
 4% (28)
 
No, I'm not interested in an iPad at all
 7% (46)
 

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