Poll: Steve Jobs was right, nobody needs a stylus. Do you? (Surprising) results are in!

Steve Jobs was right, nobody needs a stylus. Do you?
UPDATE: Samsung must be nuts to scrap the Note line, it turns out! More than 63% of you guys prefer to have a stylus with your phones, and another 21% or so think that it depends on the size of the phone itself. It's not over yet for people who love using a stylus, for Samsung plans to bring S-Pen support to additional devices. But it's not the same, is  it? You'll have to buy the stylus separately, then buy a special case to accommodate it, and so on. Maybe the Note will live on to see another day? Who knows... 

Now that I’ve got your attention with this headline, let’s get to it. In my defense, it was a collaborative effort between my colleagues and me. Still, a fair question - do people need a stylus with their phone?

I know I don’t - I prefer to operate my overly-compact phones one-handed. That’s kind of an exception, though. I know people prefer large phones, and if you’re accustomed to using both your hands with a 6.7-inch monster of a phone, a stylus can enhance the experience, I guess.

I have friends (accountants!) who swear by their Galaxy Note devices because - spreadsheets! Not everyone is so fond of their Excel spreadsheets, though. What about people who have a talent in fine arts? I can’t draw a realistic picture of an animal for the life of me but I guess a good stylus can do wonders for those of you who can.

With the Galaxy Note lineup probably going extinct, things are not looking good for my accountant friends. But do you really need a stylus with your phone? Vote in the poll and share your thoughts in the comments below.

Steve Jobs was right, nobody needs a stylus. Do you?

Hands off my stylus! (Well, that sounds wrong...)
Don't need one - I have laser-precise fingers!
Well, it depends on the size of the phone, really...

We’re gonna sum this up on Friday and send Samsung the results with our regards and some spreadsheets!

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