I've been reading people's comments here on what size they'll go for and it's interesting. Prior to the keynote, the majority of users were 100% sure they'll get the 4.7" saying "no way I'm getting a phone that huge", or "I don't have an Android phone for a reason", "not walking around with a phone that big", " I don't need a phablet, I have an iPad", "don't want to carry around a man purse", etc. etc. After the keynote it's like Apple brainwashed people. I came back to the forums and was surprised to see that many have changed their minds, the same/most of the users who were completely against the 5.5" have very different opinions. Now they're saying "buy the 5.5" iPhone or you're going to regret it", "those who will be getting the 4.7 will be jealous when they see us with the 5.5" , " the iPhone Plus is not that big", "it's OK my pockets are big", etc. etc. Now don't get me wrong, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that but I'm a bit confused as to why some strongly advice people to go for the 5.5 as opposed to the 4.7. Saying that the 4.7 is not different from the 5S and that it's hardly an upgrade. From what I've seen and read, the iPhone 6 Plus has: * obviously a bigger screen - I'm pretty sure the screen size is not the reason why some will be getting the iPhone Plus. * better resolution - Both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are considered to have "Retina HD" displays. * better battery life - of course the 5.5 has better battery life. It's a big phone, it needs more juice. But what you'll be doing on your phone will affect the battery life, it's not like it won't need any charging. * optical image stabilization - The 6 Plus has optical image stabilization while the 6 only digital image stabilization. Are these the 3 reasons (not counting screen size) why most people have changed their minds about the 5.5? Will this really make future iPhone 6 (4.7) owners jealous of future iPhone 6 Plus owners? Am I missing something here?