iPhone carrier poll ends, iOS 7 features poll begins
With over 1,600 votes from iLounge readers, our latest poll – “What’s most important to you when choosing an iPhone carrier?” – has now ended. Following the launch of the iPhone 5 on T-Mobile, we asked readers to let us know what was more important to them when choosing an iPhone carrier.
Pricing of monthly plans was the overall most important factor, according to forty-one percent of respondents. Thirty-one percent indicated that coverage area was critical, while thirteen percent indicated cellular data speeds would be their primary consideration. The remaining votes were divided between loyalty to a current carrier at six percent, and contract requirements, hardware upgrade eligibility, customer service and subsidized hardware pricing all pretty closely split at two to three percent each.
With iOS 7 now in its third developer beta, this week we’re wondering which of the new features in iOS 7 you are most excited about. Do you like the new iOS 7 user interface design, or do your interests lean more toward core features like the new Control Center, redesigned Notification Center, or Automatic App updates? What about new camera and photo features such as integrated filters, the new iTunes Radio streaming music service, or Activation Lock to prevent theft of your device? Our latest poll “What new feature in iOS 7 are you most excited about?” 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!
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