If there's one thing I was hoping a larger screen iPhone would do, is make text more readable. After seeing the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in the store, I realize now my problem wasn't with screen size, but iOS Safari, which doesn't let you increase font size of text and reflow/wrap it on the page, like you can on OSX Safari with its "Zoom text only" option. Several news sites I have to use in desktop mode to see the user comments. Reader mode only displays the main content. Dynamic text size settings in General and Accessibility are not respected for Safari content. Here's a stark picture of how bad it can get. HTC One M8 (my work phone) next to a 6 Plus with Display Zoom enabled: Despite having a significantly smaller screen, it's obvious which one is easier to read on. ... and next to the smaller 6, in the article itself (edit: this picture included just for comparison. I know Reader mode gets around this, but my primary issue is that Reader doesn't allow reading or replying in comment section): This is obviously not a problem with website font settings, since the HTC has no problem either ignoring it or applying a minimum font size. And it's not a matter of "respecting the site's design" because in OSX Safari with "Zoom text only" on, the same page increases font size and reflows it just fine. A "Zoom text only" option has been requested at least as far back as 2010. It's a feature that would eliminate having to use Accessibility's zoom function for many if not all web pages, so I can't understand why the heck can't Apple include something as basic as this?