“The iPhone 6 will rack up ‘solid’ consumer demand, at least according to the results of a poll released Tuesday by investment firm RBC Capital Markets,” Lance Whitney reports for CNET.

“Surveying more than 4,000 consumers, RBC found that almost half who plan to upgrade their current phones intend to pick up an iPhone within the next three months,” Whitney reports. “Assuming Apple launches the next iPhone in September per its usual time frame, that percentage would spell heavy sales for the iPhone 6. Further, 35 percent of the consumers who don’t have an iPhone in their sights would in fact buy one if Apple bumps up the screen size.”

MacDailyNews Take: Merry Christmas, Fragmandroid! Your one selling point is (finally) about to go “poof!”

“Among those surveyed, 38 percent would be willing to pay $199 to buy a 4.7-inch iPhone, the same price tag as the current 16GB iPhone 5S,” Whitney reports. “But 26 percent would up the ante by $100 by paying $299 for a 5.5-inch iPhone.”

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MacDailyNews Take: Samsung’s Waterloo looms. :-)