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Message to iPhone owners, will you buy the next 4G version?

iPhone 4G concept rendering by ADR Studio

The jury is in, and the verdict is iPhone owners are loyal to their master. If you currently own an iPhone, Strategy Analytics believes you are very satisfied with it and you are also very likely to buy the next-generation model. According to their recent research which found a strong correlation between satisfaction and repeat purchase intentions.

Mobile Magazine’s poll completed by over 2000 readers has shown the most requested enhancement for the iPhone 4G (4th generation) would be improved battery life. That is #1 above all, just give us all more juice, they say. Followed by multi-tasking, yes, they want to be jail broken by Apple. A larger OLED screen was the third most requested enhancement, that’s not asking for a lot is it uncle Steve? I’m sure he could make it all happen with a couple memos and a click of his mouse.

The least most requested enhancements? Well, it seems that everyone is satisfied with the mobile gaming end of things, and the native applications currently available on the iPhone are just dandy. A front facing-camera came in second to a high-definition camera. Apparently video-conferencing is not as hot a topic as we thought.

So we ask, is it true? As a current iPhone owner, will you be buying the next-generation iPhone 4G? Or will you be moving on to “other” things? Let us know by simply voting below.

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  1. Except iPhone screen no other features are thought be useless to me. Sorry to say that.

  2. Ok, as far as networks i think Apple should keep it open have it multi-compatible for CDMA and WPA or make a contract with both Verizon and AT&T (But knowing Apple they wont have to contracts) then they could just sell it as a “Phone” not be limited to only 1/5 (Maby more just making a stat to relate to) of the market. And for Apple you would think they would have done this because that means more iPhone sales and more $$$ for Apple in the long run.

  3. As a New York City iphone our collective experience here with AT&T was a miserable first two years. NOW, I am actually experiencing a vastly improved phone service! Shazzam! I wonder if I’m alone in this assessment?

  4. the new i phone look very cool i would like to buy unlock one and arabic language support

    best rgds

  5. The only thing that keeps the iPhone from being the hands-down winner in the cell phone wars is Apples stubbornness to not offer it as a Verizon phone. AT&T has horrible service in my area Lancaster CA area. So I am one of many users who are forced to forgo the iPhone and buy the Blackberry. It is a lesser product in my opinion, but at least I can talk on it. I would loose this Blackberry in a second if I could get it as a Verizon iPhone.

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