The iPhone 4S has left V3 readers cold, with over two-thirds saying they don't plan to get the device, despite Apple selling a record four million of the handsets in the first three days.
Our latest poll asked readers if they were going to buy a new handset or upgrade from their existing one.
Some 11 per cent said they were holding off for the iPhone 5, while a whopping 58 per cent said that they prefer a different smartphone.
Despite the rapturous reception given to the handset when it launched last week, it received a lukewarm reaction from analysts who pointed out that it isn't a great deal different from its predecessor.
Aside from an improved processor, camera and battery life, as well as the Siri personal assistant, there is very little else to differentiate it from the iPhone 4, which may have accounted for the V3 reader poll stats.
In fact, IDC analyst Francisco Jeronimo argued that the lack of seriously new and innovative features on the phone could give Android manufacturers the chance to continue eating into Apple's market share.
As if to back this up, just six per cent of V3 readers said they would be upgrading from their iPhone 4.
The same number said they would be upgrading from an iPhone 3G or 3GS model, although 19 per cent did say the device would be their first iPhone purchase.
Apple won't be too worried about these stats given the record sales figures the 4S generated in its first few days, although iPhone sales in the fourth quarter were down a disappointing 20 million from the previous quarter.
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