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Do you intend to upgrade to an iPhone 5?


PC Advisor

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The iPhone 5 is set to be unveiled in just a few days, and speculation is rife as to what features it might include. Do you intend to upgrade to an iPhone 5? See iPhone 5 release date, specs and rumour round-up.

Let us know in our poll.

Poll: Do you intend to upgrade to an iPhone 5?

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Condom

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Her indoors is off to the USA on 16th and if we like the new iPhone then she will buy a couple of unlocked ones and bring them back in time for me before I leave for the Far East. If it is nothing special then I will probably take a very close look at the Nokia Windows 8 which if it is anything like the older windows 7 phone it will be great. She might stay with the iPhone as she doesn't like change.

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interzone55

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NO

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Nontek

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NO

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KRONOS the First

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I have not even upgraded to an iphone period.

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Joseph Kerr

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I intend never to buy any Apple product, though may reconsider if they reconsider their behaviour.

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Forum Editor

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Joseph Kerr

I'm sure they're distraught.

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Quickbeam

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What, no positive comments from the 70% can't wait vote?

I'm an I'm sticking with Android vote, but it looks like there should have been an ihate option;)

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Aitchbee

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I've never seen or touched an iphone...am I just lucky. . . or what?

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Quickbeam

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Aitchbee

I believe that in Glasgow they're marketing it as a cuPhone:)

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Aitchbee

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...if it was released (in Scotland ) as an AYE-phone...I might get interested....

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