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Has Apple dropped the ball with the iPhone 4S? Vote in our poll

We asked you to vote in our poll about whether you think Apple has done enough with the iPhone 4S. So far, you're not happy with it.

As new Apple CEO Tim Cook was winding up last night, we held our breaths for "One more thing..." But it didn't come. The iPhone 5 with its rumoured slim design and much bigger screen was not to be. Instead we got a minor update -- the iPhone 4S.

We were pretty upset about the lack of a full refresh and we wanted to know how you all felt, so we asked you to vote in our Facebook poll with the question, "Has Apple dropped the ball with the iPhone 4S?" and so far the overwhelming result is you're not happy with what Apple has given you.

At the time of writing, 328 of you thought, "Yes -- Apple needed something special to compete with Android." That's way out in front of "No, the iPhone 4S and iOS 5 are the tops", which has so far only received 60 votes.

Almost as unpopular at the moment is "It depends on what Mango and Ice Cream Sandwich devices come along", which has only 52 votes.

The 4S looks identical to the iPhone 4, but it packs an 8-megapixel camera that shoots 1080p video, a more powerful A5 processor and an intelligent voice control feature called Siri. But these evidently aren't enough to satisfy most of you. Has Apple seen its peak? Will Android phones such as the HTC Sensation and Samsung Galaxy S2 claim more and more ground?

The poll will remain open for a while longer, so head on over to our Facebook page to make your vote count and let us know where you stand on the mighty Apple.