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Apple TV poll ends, holiday poll begins

With over 1,450 votes from iLounge readers, our latest poll—“Did you buy a new Apple TV?”—has ended. Readers were given simple “yes” and “no” choices to avoid confusion. More than a third of readers—37 percent—said yes, they had bought a second-generation Apple TV, while 63 percent said no, they had yet to purchase the million unit-selling device. Thanks for all your responses!

Our new poll focuses on holiday gifts. We’d like to know which, if any, Apple device you received for the holidays. Did you get an iPad, or an iPhone 4, or a 3GS? Or perhaps you received a fourth-generation iPod touch, a sixth-generation iPod nano, an iPod classic, or a fourth-generation iPod shuffle? Or did you get a new Apple TV, or accessories, or no Apple-focused gear at all? Our new poll, “Which new Apple device did you get for the holidays?” lets you answer that question. You can find the iLounge Poll in the left hand column of the main homepage. Cast your vote today!

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I’ve come to realize that Christmas with my family must be very different from Christmas with most families.

Never in a million years would I receive something as expensive as an iPod or iPad for Christmas… and my family is pretty well off.

I always hear these stories of people getting massive amounts of schwag for the holidays and it seems so foreign to me.

It might have been nice in my youth, but honestly I think it’s better to not get that much stuff. My parents made me get a job to buy the things I wanted. I mowed lawns for 2 years to buy a NES.

Kids these days… GIT OFF MA LAWN!

Posted by ort on December 28, 2010 at 1:45 PM (CST)

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