Apple products have replaced toys as the most wanted gifts at Christmas, a new conducted by battery maker Duracell has revealed.
According to The Telegraph, 39 per cent of the 2,138 5 to 16 year-olds interviewed by Duracell wanted an Apple device for Christmas.
Out of the 39 per cent children that wanted Apple products this Christmas, 17 per cent were five to eight year-olds, 50 per cent were nine to 12-year-olds and 66 per cent were 13 to 16-year-olds.
Apple devices managed to grab the top three positions in list of top ten most wanted toys for this Christmas, with Apple's iPhone 4 garnering 14 per cent of the votes, followed by the iPod Touch with 13 per cent and the iPad by 12 per cent.
Microsoft's Kinect Xbox 360 motion gaming peripheral came in fourth, with 6 per cent of the children surveyed wanting the device. Meanwhile, Kinect's competitor Sony PlayStation Move was placed at eight position with 4 per cent of the votes.