25 May 2007

iPhone Poll Indicates UK Sales May Disappoint

The iPhone Blog recently conducted a poll amongst UK readers to guage interest in the upcoming iPhone.
While 72 per cent of the 487 respondents (74 per cent of which already own Apple hardware) are considering buying an iPhone, only 7.6 per cent said they would definitely purchase one. The clear sticking point appears to be price with only 14 per cent of respondents saying they would pay more than £250 to own an iPhone.As rightly pointed out by Peggy Anne Salz of MocoNews, one of the major points that respondents noted was a reluctance to switch networks just for the new handset, indicating that any carrier-exclusive deals may serve to depress sales rather than increase subscriber numbers to a particular carrier.

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