iPhone 3G poll ends with over 6000 responses, iPod touch poll begins | iLounge News


iPhone 3G poll ends with over 6000 responses, iPod touch poll begins

With over 6,000 responses, our most recent iLounge Poll—“Will you buy the iPhone 3G?”—has just ended. The results were surprisingly strong in favor of the “yes” vote, which was picked by over 64% of responding iLounge readers. Here’s how the numbers broke down:

Of the 64% of readers voting yes, roughly two thirds were people who did not currently own iPhones, while the remaining one third planned to upgrade from current iPhones to the new model. Of the 36% of readers voting no, a little under half were current iPhone owners, while a little over half did not currently own an iPhone.

Thank you for your votes! Our new poll, “What should Apple do with the iPod touch?” gives you a chance to vote for how Apple should improve the only touchscreen-based iPod model. What direction do you think Apple should take with a 2008 update? Vote now: the iLounge Poll is on the left-most column of the iLounge.com homepage.

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Actually, what I would like changed isn’t there. They need to improve the software. The touch is just a hair away from replacing my PDA completely. Just a tweak or to two. A to do list, searchable content in the calendar. Also, a web based version of the calendar to co along with iCal. This make it a total replacement for my PDA.

Posted by keith in East Amherst, NY, USA on June 17, 2008 at 11:08 AM (CDT)


how about a camera or speaker?

Posted by riceman in East Amherst, NY, USA on June 17, 2008 at 10:36 PM (CDT)


1. bluetooth
2. styletap palm emulator
3. speaker
4. hi capacity, replaceable battery
5. Lots of native applications!
6. Wouldn’t mind the GPS and camera from iphone

give me bluetooth and let styletap develop palm emulator and I’ll buy an ipod touch as fast as possible.

Posted by richard in East Amherst, NY, USA on June 18, 2008 at 1:36 AM (CDT)

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