- 09-05-2012, 03:40 PM #2
Idk. I like the width of the phone I think it's good. A little bigger like half an inch wouldn't matter to me I think it'd make the keyboard easier to type on if anything. I was hoping this iPhone would get rid of that empty space on both top and bottom of the phone, maybe make the home button more flush. Oh well lol.
- 09-05-2012, 03:45 PM #3
Does anyone else want a WIDER iPhone 5?
I know the fanboys will say to buy an Android product if you want a wider phone but that's not what I prefer. It will probably take another 4 years to get it but does anyone else want a WIDER phone- not just longer?
- 09-05-2012, 03:51 PM #4
Yea i would prefer it to be slightly wider, doesn't have to be much. i think it will make its appearance look better
I haven't owned an Apple product before but will considering the Iphone 5 once all the confirmed details are announced.
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I want the iPhone 5 to be the size of the HTC Rezound. I never owned that phone but played with a ton when I would go into the Verizon stores and it just felt perfect in my hands. I will more then likely get the new iPhone anyway because I want 4G on my iPhone. I hate switching to my GNex to get 4G!
- 09-05-2012, 07:18 PM #15iPhone Genius
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The screen is rumored to be 1136 x 640... 1136 x 639 is exactly 16:9.
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- 09-05-2012, 10:08 PM #20iPhone Pro
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- 09-05-2012, 11:29 PM #21iPhone Expert
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It's kind of bittersweet, while I was hoping for a 4" screen, I wanted it to keep the 3:2 aspect ratio, whenever I've wished for more screen space it's always been in width, not height. The statusbar could benefit from a little more width, so could the notification center, along with virtually every iPhone app. Just increasing the screen height will benefit us how exactly? Another row of static icons? I have never watched a movie on my phone and I doubt I ever will. That new Nokia phone makes the iPhone look horrible dated, where is the innovation?
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Seriously iphones have had the same size screen for 5 years and now Apple bringing out a stretched screen that looks out of proportion. What have you been doing for the past 2 years Apple, I expected so much more from Apple there just is no wow factor anymore.
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