66% of Brits surveyed don't see the Apple iPhone 5S ringing up big sales
When asked why they believe that the next Apple iPhone will have such a hard time ringing up sales in the region, 31% blamed it on Samsung's increasing domination of the market. 26% said that the new iPhone will fail because it will be too expensive. The "Apple has lost its mojo and can't build products like it used to," line accounted for 23%. According to 22% of the respondents, the next Apple iPhone will not succeed in Britain because it will be too similar to the Apple iPhone 5. 19% blame an expected lack of sales for the next iPhone on the theory that people are not as excited about the device as they used to be.
The hot model to own in Britain in the coming months? 49% replied with the Samsung Galaxy S4 mini while 33% picked the Apple iPhone 5S/6. By the way, when asked which phone they currently own, 34% of those those surveyed said they own an Apple iPhone. 22% said they currently sport a BlackBerry model while 14% are totin' a Samsung made phone.
1. LiquidGalaxy (Posts: 324; Member since: 03 Jul 2013)
And yet it will still go on and sell by the bucket load..
2. chemhaz (Posts: 161; Member since: 04 May 2012)
Maybe not, I believe even the hard core fans are starting to crave for something different.
7. Googler (Posts: 813; Member since: 10 Jun 2013)
Agreed, even the *ahem* larger screen at 4" doesn't compare to what just about every OEM is producing these days. It's tiny and people are demanding more.
4. Sondae (Posts: 233; Member since: 02 Jan 2013)
I gree on the survey that Iphone is way expensive that you can get half the price on android with a decent specs and better than iphone.
5. FlushGordon (unregistered)
All across EUROPE....the iPhone lust is pretty much waning
6. InspectorGadget80 (unregistered)
The British are smarter. Even most of them knew the 5s will look the same.
8. E.N. (Posts: 2578; Member since: 25 Jan 2009)
Yet 50% of Brits think the S4 mini will be the hottest phone. Doesn't seem like they're extraordinarily smart.