The launch of the iPhone 5 saw Apple shift over five million units on its opening weekend and it's fair to say some of those keen fans were V3 reader judging by the results of our latest poll.
An impressive 65 percent of readers said they would be pre-ordering or even queuing on the day to get their hands on the phone, which boasts a larger 4in screen support for 4G technology on the EE network in the UK.
An additional four percent said they would be getting the device, although weren't planning on rushing out for it straight away.
However, there were a few dissenting voiced, with six percent saying there wasn't enough new about the phone to tempt them to upgrade.
Elsewhere, 15 percent nailed their colours to the mast for Android, saying they had no intention of leaving the operating system, while Microsoft will be cheered to see nine percent are more interested in Windows Phone 8 devices.
The final one percent of the votes was left for those still sticking with BlackBerry devices, who will no hoping their faith rewarded with the BlackBerry 10 operating system when it is launched early next year.
The firm had its first good news in months, relatively speaking, on Friday when financial results proved better than expected, despite a loss of $245m, while its user base grew by two million to 80 million worldwide.
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