Last week we asked if you were going to rush out and buy the iPhone 4S or not. It seems nearly half of the readers are happy with their current phone, but everyone else wants an iPhone 4S at some point.
Out of 587 votes, here’s the breakdown: 47% of voters are sticking with their current phone; 32% voters are rushing out to buy the iPhone 4S as soon as possible; while 21% voters want the iPhone 4S somewhat, but aren’t in any hurry to go out and get it.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Considering that the 47% voters sticking with their current phone includes non-iPhone users along with content users of older iPhone models, that’s a lot of people who want the iPhone 4S!
This week’s poll question is: Will Camera Phones Replace Compact Digital Cameras?
Cameras in phones keep getting better and better. It’s pretty easy to find a phone with an 8 megapixel camera and a flash, and they’re not even that expensive. And while almost everyone will buy a cellphone, cameras are considered to be more of a luxury. So do camera phones mean the end for the compact digital camera? Do you still spend money on regular cameras, or are you content with those that come in your phone?
What do you think are the pros and cons of each type of camera? Is the megapixel count really what’s important? If not, what do you consider to be the important things in a camera? Let us know!