"The next iPhone will have a larger screen." This is one of those rumors about Apple's wonder handset that just won't die, and here's another report that seems to suggest it's finally going to happen.
This tid bit came from the Wall Street Journal which cites sources familiar with the subject have revealed that Apple has ordered larger screens for the next iPhone. Production is said to start next month while the displays measure at least 4 inches diagonally. Anyway, we all know that the iPhone has been stuck with the 3.5-inch size point since the first version came out several years ago. Despite rumors of going bigger, the latest iteration, the iPhone 4S, proved that Apple is still faithful to the current screen size, at least for now.
It's no secret that Androids have gone with much larger screens to the point that, if your handset comes with a 3.5-inch display, it's already considered small. We've all seen the iPhone compared to several top-tier Android devices like, say, the Galaxy Note and we just can't help but notice the size difference. We're not sure if Apple will indeed be coming up with a display that exceeds 3.5 inches for the iPhone 5 (or whatever it will be called) but, you have to admit, there's a bit of clamor for it.
So, we'd like to ask you iPhone users. Do you think it's really time for a larger iPhone screen and that you'd enjoy the device more if it had more display real-estate? Or, are you one of those who are satisfied with the current screen size and think that size is overrated? Let us know in the poll below. While you're at it, check out the gallery for a round-up of iPhone 5 rumors.