I've ordered the iPhone X as many else and I look forward to picking it up tomorrow. I moved to an 7+ last year from a regular 6. The size bump wasn't too bad and Im pretty used to it now. I've gotten used to how I can look at pictures with far more detail from a distance - which is easy on the eyes and still gives me a very nice view of the image. I've realized the X screen isn't very wide in portrait. I _think_ it is a little wider than the regular iPhones but far from as wide as the +-phones. This will probably make a huge difference for picture and graphical media consumption. I compared a 6 and 7+ today on instagram and the pictures are so much smaller since they also have to scale down the height quite a lot to fit the smaller width. Being an avid hobby photographer I really enjoy seeing the details better and easily modify my pictures without having to zoom in. Whats your opinion on this? And since we're already on the size difference: I wonder why Apple haven't tried harder to work on landscape mode on iPhone X. Is this the sign that there will be an iPhone X+ in the future? Should I wait? I do not know. Maybe the OLED itself will be a great add-on but having a way to watch pictures without straining my sight is really a really, really great thing. I don't want to go to post stamp picture sizes again. I do hope the X screen is so much bigger in width that the difference in height won't be that big.