Edit: to be very very clear, I am suggesting Apple release two different iPhone in the next generation. A small and a large one. I personally believe that the iPhone 5 is by far the best phone you can get for my purposes and has ideal dimensions. A 4" screen is the maximum size that is appropriate for holding with one hand, with my hand my thumb reaches the opposite corner of the screen perfectly while holding it in the natural position. Above all else I really enjoy using my phone in a manner that is fast and seamless and I need something that is "agile" and minimalist for my style of use. However, I've noticed that a growing number of people have this obsessive desire for a bigger screen on their phones. They will have nothing less than a phone with a 4.8" screen. I believe that for Apple to continue to be a great company it needs to play the game where the market is. When Apple stops doing that, they risk shrinking and losing their edge. Less business means less innovation, less innovation means worse products. Apple must corner more of the market, not a niche. Anyways, here's my proposed list of features for the iPhone 5 Pro 5" screen Unibody design/construction which is also lighter and thinner than the GS3 1740x960 resolution (1.5 times the iPhone 5 resolution, allowing it to use the same apps with scaling) Better in every measurable way than the GS3 by a significant margin (battery life, screen quality, camera) (excluding for software features, removable storage, removable battery and NFC). Apple can easily do this, and they must do this.