The hype around the expected launch of Apple's iPhone 5 later this year has already begun, with the news that demand is already so high that sales of other devices are being hurt as consumers wait to see what's on offer from Apple the top story of the week for V3 readers.
Such interest in the device, and its effect on the market, underlines just how dominate Apple remains, despite notable launches from handset makers HTC, Nokia and Samsung, with its recently announced Galaxy S3 smartphone.
However, interest in the Galaxy S3 smartphone shows Apple won't have it all its own way, though. Our Top 10 most exciting features in the Samsung Galaxy S3 was also widely read, underlining the huge interest in the firm's latest flagship smartphone range.
Elsewhere, news that Virgin is to begin offering in-flight mobile phone calls was of interest, and no doubt trepidation, to readers, who fear that another area of life where you could escape the incessant chatter of mobile phone users is set to disappea. Cue plenty of "I'm on a plane!" remarks coming to a runaway near you soon.
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