Should The New iPhone 6 Really Have A Larger Screen?

Should the new iPhone 6 really have a larger screen?


The short answer is yes, the new iPhone 6 needs a larger screen. According to a March survey conducted by ChangeWave members, 26% of people who were planning to buy a smartphone sometime in the next three months are “somewhat likely” and 14% were “very likely” to purchase an iPhone 6. ChangeWave Research, a service of 451 Research, is an independent survey research firm that identifies and quantifies “change” in telecom industry trends, consumer trends, consumer spending behavior and corporate purchasing.

Andy Golub of 451 research says that “this is the highest level of a of demand for an unannounced Apple model in a ChangeWave survey” he went on to say “speculation over a larger screen iPhone is clearly striking a chord with consumers.”

Bottom line is that the vast majority of consumers are demanding larger screens for their smartphones!

I’ve been watching over the last year as more and more people I’ve personally known, have made the switch to Android, and one big  reason was the screen size. I feel Apple is now playing catch-up in the “large-screen smartphone game” and I really believe a larger screen will allow Apple to regain a huge chunk of that lost marketshare!

The speculation is that the new iPhone 6 will possibly have 2 screen sizes, a 4.7 inch and a 5.5 inch.  There’s also rumors that the front panel will be made of sapphire glass material which will make the iPhone 6 screen virtually “unscratchable”.  With so many rumors flying around the world wide web it’s no wonder more people are planning on purchasing the iPhone 6.

The new iPhone 6 it is expected to be released sometime in September of this year and I can’t wait!

While I was perusing the Internet I came across this latest “leaked” video of the iPhone 6 in comparison to the iPhone 5/5s by

Check it out and let me know what you think and don’t forget to spread the word by hitting that share button.


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