It seemed from the get-go that the iPhone launch in the UK would not be met with the same frenzy as the US release. Now, if the pundits are to be believed, it's going to be even rougher than most had predicted.
A recent survey by a UK research firm suggests that while three-quarters of brits have heard of the iPhone, just one in every fifty people would consider purchasing one. the main sticking point is the price, which when adjusted for exchange rates is nearly twice as high as the US version.
But it gets worse for Apple...
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