I upgraded from an iphone 4 to an iphone 6. On both phones, I jacked the text size up as about as far as it can go in order to be able to read my SMS and emails quickly without reaching for my glasses. On the iphone 4, SMS and email were about the only things affected by the text size adjustment, and very wisely so. Others areas not suitable for large text were left at default size. But on iphone 6, adjusting the text size affects many areas, and this a terrible thing. For example, the phone numbers and email fields, etc for a particular contact are so huge now that I literally can not read them since they disappear off the screen. If someone asked me for someone's phone number, I would have to go into settings and resize the font just to be able to see the entire number. I actually had to do this today because I wanted to call someone from my home phone but could not see what their number was with the big text activated. Other fields are effected negatively too. Far too many of them. What was Apple thinking?? It's so thoughtless and careless, and doesn't take into account practical concerns and real world use. How is that the iphone 4 handled the issue perfectly -- increasing what could be reasonably be increased, and leaving everything else the same -- and the "new and improved" 6 makes such a mess of things? Is this the way things will forever be for those of us who want large text for our messages, or will they fix this problem somehow?