Other What do you think is the largest iPhone screen size Apple will ever make?

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  2. mtneer macrumors 68030

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    Maybe, but is also depends on what moves competition makes first and how successful they are. Apple has generally been a follower in the screen megasizing game.
     
  3. pika2000 macrumors 601

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    7.9", aka the iPad mini.... :D
    Yeah, I want a new iPad mini so bad... :(
     
  4. aakshey macrumors 65816

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    6.5-6.8”

    IMO they should just have 3 iPhone X like sizes:

    4.5”
    5.25”
    6”

    Even the 5.8” is a bit too big for me.
     
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    Apple will make what the market wants!

    Well they failed at the HomePod as it seems more did not want.
     
  6. bushman4 macrumors 68020

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    Screens will get bigger once a foldable IPhone appears. But remember they probably will never be more than 7 inches in total as Apple doesn’t want to hurt its iPad business
     
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    Eight years ago I was happy with 3.5” phones, but now I just want the 5.5” Plus. Where’s the line? I guess it would be convenient to put it in your pocket, but foldable screens like bushman4 said are also an option in the future.
     
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    Where is concrete proof of this? They don't even report apple watch sales (let alone HomePod) so I'm not sure you can conclusively say this. It may be your opinion but it is not a fact. I'm happy with mine and I think most (who did their research) who bought one are as well.

    I'm getting tired of people ragging on every single new apple product, saying it is a failure if it doesn't do as well as iPhone straight away. Look back to 07 when it first came out, sales were not that great.
     
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    Eventually, it may be the size of a whole room, and yet take up no space at all.

    Consider that since the question is “ever”, that eventually everything may be holographic and everywhere you are without carrying anything.

    So it could theoretically be infinite in size, yet take up no space.
     
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    Try to remember that this is a forum where everyone has different opinions. My information comes from multiple rumor and reports where the parts people as told to scale back their orders.

    I am sorry you get upset by negative news about Apple, but the X did not do as well as they expected either. All of this will be showing up in their financials soon.

    Relax.
     
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    Wouldn’t say HomePod failed. That product needs far more time for improvements
     
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    It needs Apple to improve Siri. I have used all of these products and Siri has some serious catching up to do. This would make the HomePod more attractive but the
     
  14. The Game 161 macrumors P6

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    Agreed it needs a lot more improvement and I think Apple realise this. From a pure speaker standpoint though it’s great.

    I think hiring guys from google is a big step in the right direction.
     
  15. kemperman macrumors regular

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    I was waiting to reply, looks like the X has done way better than predicted so I would suggest that it’s very difficult to make any opinion about how well Apple products sell using ‘supply chain reports’

    I’m not upset by negative news about Apple, it may just be prudent to get all the facts before commenting that this or that product is a failure, because a company (any company) ramps down slightly following initial demand tailing off...
     

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