There are definitely a lot of cases of people who have left iPhone for an Android be it a Galaxy SIII or an HTC mainly due to the bigger screen in these phones. A friend of mine, for instance, had an iPhone 4S and an iPad, he used to take the iPad with him just in case he wanted to read something of significant length as it was just not comfortable in the iPhone. He recently switched to a Galaxy SIII, leaving the iPhone and now he tells me that the size of the Galaxy is ideal and negates the need of bringing his iPad for whenever he wants to read something, he now does it comfortably in his Galaxy. Many in this forum say that if the iPhone 5 doesn't comes with a bigger screen, or if it comes with just a taller (and not wider) screen they would switch to one of the two Android phones mentioned or some other alternative with a bigger screen. As it is now possible to do so much with a smartphone, it is easy to see why many feel the need for a larger screen than the one the iPhone currently provides and they are finding the ideal solution in these Android phones. Apple is definitely losing these users and as far as pure perception goes, in the eyes of a lot of people the size of the Galaxy SIII, to take a popular example, makes the iPhone 4S look tiny and even outdated. So, do you think that Apple needs to make an iPhone with a bigger screen to stay competitive and change the perception mentioned above? Would it perhaps need to expand things up a bit with, say, two different iPhone models? One with the current size and another with a bigger screen?