Something is about to happen so read on... We've seen how well larger screened phones from Android have sold. Especially the Galaxy Note and even the smaller yet larger than iPhone Galaxy S series. Like many of you, it was a tough decision to jump up to the Plus right away from an older iPhone (5S) because the screen size and device size is so much larger. The 4.7" iPhone 6 is a much smoother transition to be sure. But I believe that the 6 is a cop out of sorts (hyperbole intended). Here are my predictions and why if you're debating the 4.7" iPhone 6 or the 6 Plus, why you should make the leap to the Plus, the Mike Tyson of smartphones: Samsung ushered in the larger screened smartphone with Note and it's sold a ton. All Android handset makers have been transitioning to making large screened phones. People are buying them. The market has spoken; Having a larger screen is so much better for more applications, including movie watching, surfing the Web, etc. But here's something even more tangible: for instance, the Volkswagen Golf with the in-dash flat screen head deck... I held my Plus up to it: It's effectively the exact same size! I use a car mount and my iPhone 6 Plus acts as my flat screen head deck. It's big enough to serve this purpose. I was stuck in traffic the other day and fired up Netflix. Blow away; Going from the previous point, convergence in technology is what wins out. We had mainframe computers, then personal computers, then laptops. We had Palm Pilots and flip phones and MP3 players and point and shoot cameras. They converged into a smartphone. We had large tablet computers and small smartphones. Now we have a convergence: Phablets. A device that may just replace the need for even a tablet. It seems inevitable that jumbo smartphones are the future and will replace small smartphones and even tablets for people in some cases. Smartphones, even jumbo ones, fit in our pockets and go everywhere with us. Tablets don't; Here's probably the kicker: the coming smartwatches. If you're a Plus owner think about this. The smartphone watch is an extension of your phone. It will enable you to not have to pull out your phone as much. Your phone is going to serve as a bit of a mainframe for that thing on your wrist. When you need the phone, you really need something with a large screen that is powerful. You already will then have something with a small screen that fills the gaps. I believe that the Apple Watch coupled with the iPhone 6 Plus will be a one-two punch that will further serve to make obsolete smaller smartphones like the iPhone 6.