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Last week, following the much-hyped launch of the new iPhones, we asked you if you’re planning to buy the iPhone 5c or iPhone 5s Are You Buying A New iPhone? [MakeUseOf Poll] Are You Buying A New iPhone? [MakeUseOf Poll] Are you buying a new iPhone? Or maybe you're waiting for the iPhone 6? Are you an Android user who wouldn't touch an iPhone with a stick? All your opinions count, make them heard! Read More . It doesn’t happen much in these polls, but over 50% of you chose the same answer. Can you guess which one it was?

Out of 478 readers who voted, 1% will be buying the iPhone 5c, 5% are still not sure, 14% are waiting for the iPhone 6, 25% are buying the iPhone 5s, and 54% of the readers who voted are not buying a new iPhone, period.

While 54% is undoubtedly a majority, we can’t ignore the fact that a full 25% are going to buy the iPhone 5s. You can say much about Apple, but it seems that they still know how to sell their devices! It’s also pretty obvious that the Apple crowd is not really going for the colorful plastic look.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

Don’t forget to check out last week’s best comment by Ed Are You Buying A New iPhone? [MakeUseOf Poll] Are You Buying A New iPhone? [MakeUseOf Poll] Are you buying a new iPhone? Or maybe you're waiting for the iPhone 6? Are you an Android user who wouldn't touch an iPhone with a stick? All your opinions count, make them heard! Read More who managed to sum up in one comment the best of both Android and iOS. Kudos to him for being so positive. He wins a free MakeUseOf t-shirt!

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This week’s poll question is: Will You Give Internet Explorer 11 A Chance?

Love our t-shirts? The best comment in this poll will get one of our geeky t-shirts. That’s right, for free! So get commenting!

Internet Explorer 11 has been available on Windows 8.1 for a while, and will be included with this version of Windows for all Windows 8 users. Starting a few days ago, it’s finally available for Windows 7 as well. This is only a Release Preview version, but it means that unlike IE10, IE11 will support an older version of Windows. Windows 8 is the newest version of Windows, but it’s hardly the most popular one, with many users still sticking to Windows 7.

Surprisingly, Internet Explorer 11 isn’t terrible Make Internet Explorer 11 Work for You With These Tips Make Internet Explorer 11 Work for You With These Tips Internet Explorer 11 isn't terrible! In fact, if you've got a Windows tablet and have bought into the whole Metro -- sorry, "Modern" -- interface, it's probably the best touch-based browser out there. Read More . Whether you’re on Windows 8 or 7, now it’s time to decide — will you be giving IE11 a chance, or will you not even try it?

What makes you want to try IE11? What makes you sure it won’t be good enough? Are you already using it and have some thoughts to share? Tell us all in the comments.

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