So, I don't have an iPhone 5. But I'm intrigued by apple's selling point that you can still use one hand while operating it because they didn't make the screen wider. Now, I've seen the Samsung commercial, and the people in that commercial seem to be able to hold their phone with one hand. Of course, this is biased filmmaking and they wouldn't make it look otherwise. Making the screen taller doesn't allow your thumb to reach the top of the screen, which actually hinders your ability to use it one-handed in comparison to the 4 or 4S. You can reach less of the screen. So it's actually worse, isn't it? Apple could've made it wider, and tweaked the keyboard software to make the keyboard the same size as the 4&4s, with some extra screen to either side depending on your dominant hand. I guess it's unique to make a phone that has dimensions that no other phone has. But I'm kind of skeptical about the usefulness of the argument that the thin wilderness helps you to control the phone. They could've allowed for a bigger screen yet innovated the software and operating system to compensate. Give us a few keyboard display options and let us choose. What do you think of the whole one-handed argument?