But a third of Android device owners definitely won't bite the Apple.
Toluna QuickSurveys polled 2,000 American phone owners following the device launch, finding 56 per cent of BlackBerry users want an iPhone 5.
It could have been a different story if RIM stuck to its original plan of releasing BB10-powered superphones this autumn, but the delay to Q1 2013 may have been a factor of the itchy feet.
Meanwhile, 33 per cent of team Android vehemently refuse to buy the phone. But interestingly, 32 per cent do plan a move to the new four-inch Retina Display Apple gadget.
Indeed, 58 per cent said they approve of the new design, which has an extended screen size and thinner body.
However, 24 per cent of respondents were peeved that there isn't a micro-USB slot or wireless charging – something found on the new Nokia Lumias.