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One tweeter unlikely to pick up the new iPhone said: "I honestly think it's overrated and over priced." Another posted: "The changes are not THAT grand anyway. What's with the hype?"And a hefty 19 percent tried to express their comedic talents by injecting some humor and sarcasm about the phone and the launch event. One person tweeted: "If you order online now, you'll get it before Valentine's Day. 2015," while another posted: "Checking the iPhone 5 spec. Good news is the 'phone call' function is still available!"Based in Boston, Crimson Hexagon monitors and analyzes information from social networks.

For the report, the firm analyzed more than 1.9 million olixar xtome leather-style oneplus 6t book case - brown tweets that mentioned the iPhone 5 and 1.6 million that expressed an opinion of it, Those tweets were monitored from Wednesday until this morning, A spokeswoman for the research firm told CNET that "Crimson Hexagon..has full access to Twitter's firehose, which allows the company to analyze and derive sentiment from social conversations."Updated 12:30 p.m, PT with examples of tweets, The unveiling of Apple's new iPhone excited plenty of twitterers, and now data from a social media research firm confirms what you knew all along..

The tweets were flying in reaction to the launch of the iPhone 5 on Wednesday. So what types of responses did the new phone elicit?. A full 39 percent of the tweets about the iPhone 5 were positive, according to a report from research firm Crimson Hexagon. Among those, 14 percent said they were excited about the new phone or planned to buy it and 18 percent were eagerly anticipating or were excited about the launch itself. Just 7 percent of the positive tweets centered around new features such as the support for 4G LTE.

The iPhone 5 has finally been unveiled, ending months of wild speculation about what it will look like, If you're going to buy the latest, shiniest kit -- which has a longer shape than the iPhone 4S -- then you'll need a new case to protect it from the elements, To help you on your quest, I've pulled olixar xtome leather-style oneplus 6t book case - brown together a few of my favourites, Flick through the image gallery above to take a gander, Please note that Gear 4 has temporarily taken its iPhone 5 cases off its site but will have them live next week, so do check back..

Cygnett UrbanShield Carbon £19.95Carbon fibre is all over the best sports cars in the world so why on Earth would you not want it around your phone? Okay, so it's not real carbon fibre, but you don't have to tell your mates that. OtterBox Defender Series £39.95Do you live a rough and tumble life? Do you live in perpetual terror of getting your iPhone trapped under your Jeep? The Defender case adds a sturdy layer of rubber between your phone and your frankly dangerous lifestyle. Dicota Lov Protective Sleeve £11.95I thought this sleeve was rather attractive and I have no doubt you'll agree with me completely. It apparently has a business card slot too, but if you don't have any business cards, I'm sure you could cram an emergency fiver in there.