9to5Mac Polls Overview Updated July 11, 2020

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The latest Apple survey results and poll data from 9to5Mac readers

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November 2012 - July 2020

Once daily, we poll our audience of passionate Apple customers and technology enthusiasts, collecting valuable data from iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac users.

Our polls offer insights into purchase intent, reactions to the latest news stories, top requested features, and much more.

Head below for the latest 9to5Mac polls and results:

9to5Mac Polls Stories July 11

Apple announced iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 last month with a redesigned home screen and features like widgets, App Library, Car keys, and more. While the developer beta preview has been available since June, Apple released the first public beta of iOS 14 this week. Now we want to know if you’re already trying iOS 14 on your devices or if you decided to wait until the fall.

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9to5Mac Polls Stories June 21

Tomorrow officially marks the start of WWDC 2020. Rumors indicate that it will be busy week for Apple developers and users with the introduction of iOS 14, macOS 10.16, and so much more. What are you most excited to see at WWDC 2020?

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9to5Mac Polls Stories June 1

Apple watched phones get bigger for several years before joining in the trend, but it is now an enthusiastic member of the ‘bigger is better’ club when it comes to its Plus/Max models. We’re expecting this year’s largest model to have a 6.7-inch screen.

A visualization on r/DataIsBeautiful shows that trend very clearly, with the majority of 2019 phones now having a screen size greater than six inches …

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9to5Mac Polls Stories May 24

Earlier this week, a report suggested that Apple is in the process of buying rights to older Hollywood TV shows and movies as an effort to expand the Apple TV+ service. This comes as production on Apple TV+ shows is delayed significantly because of COVID-19.

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9to5Mac Polls Stories May 22

It’s looking increasingly likely that one of the long-term impacts of the coronavirus crisis will be a record number of people permanently working from home.

Lockdowns mean huge numbers of people have already been working from home for weeks or months, and we’ve seen a number of tech giants offer employees the opportunity to do so on a permanent basis…

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9to5Mac Polls Stories May 17

A few days ago, we highlighted that some iPad Pro users are experiencing excessive battery drain when paired with the new Magic Keyboard. While the jury is still out on whether this is a software or hardware flaw, are you noticing anything with your iPad Pro + Magic Keyboard?

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