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  1. Dconn1975's Avatar
    That’s really interesting to me. I totally thought the regular iconic design of the original iPhone still out sold the plus. When I was setting my moms new iPhone 8 up and putting her screen protector on I just kept thinking to myself wow this phone is so huge lol. I’m glad they didn’t abandon the 4.7 inch iPhone then. There is definitely still a strong market out there for like myself but I was totally wrong for sure. Now I will say I like the plus if I’m going to watch a movie or something but every day I much prefer the 4.7 inch iPhone in every way. So much easier to use. Easier to carry around. Out in your pocket. Just easier in general but I suppose larger screens are what sells the best. I personally like having one of each but still for a daily driver I would restart a 5 inch phone for sure. Everyone’s tastes are different but according to the graphs more people prefer the bigger phones. I have tried to but I always go back to the smaller phones for every day use. I just find them to be much easier in every aspect. I guess more and more people are useijt their phones for lots of media purposes which I do prefer a larger phone in that regard. Day to day tasks though it’s so much easier to carry around a 5 inch or around that size phone to me personally than to carry around a huge 5.5 or 5.7 inch screen phone. I think it’s all in what you became used to because I’ve certainly tried going to a larger screen several times with android as my daily phone but in the end I just found them too large to easily use and put in my pocket and to be obscure as well. The less the bulk the better to me. Now that I have this awesome skin on my new iPhone 8 I am beginning to think it was pointless for me to have ordered cases for it. I honestly don’t think I’ll even use a case now as one it adds bulk and two I like the way my phone now looks and I don’t want to cover it up now lol. I know that’s dangerous but carrying a smaller phone is easier to keep a good grip on to ensure I won’t drop it but I know anything could still happen. You never know when the laws of average finally catch up to you as I’ve never dropped my phones hardly at all other than them falling off a table or something but just flat out dropping one I don’t believe I’ve ever done it. I know I’ve certainly never broken one by dropping it.
    11-20-2017 09:48 PM
  2. Aljean Thein's Avatar
    That’s really interesting to me. I totally thought the regular iconic design of the original iPhone still out sold the plus. When I was setting my moms new iPhone 8 up and putting her screen protector on I just kept thinking to myself wow this phone is so huge lol. I’m glad they didn’t abandon the 4.7 inch iPhone then. There is definitely still a strong market out there for like myself but I was totally wrong for sure. Now I will say I like the plus if I’m going to watch a movie or something but every day I much prefer the 4.7 inch iPhone in every way. So much easier to use. Easier to carry around. Out in your pocket. Just easier in general but I suppose larger screens are what sells the best. I personally like having one of each but still for a daily driver I would restart a 5 inch phone for sure. Everyone’s tastes are different but according to the graphs more people prefer the bigger phones. I have tried to but I always go back to the smaller phones for every day use. I just find them to be much easier in every aspect. I guess more and more people are useijt their phones for lots of media purposes which I do prefer a larger phone in that regard. Day to day tasks though it’s so much easier to carry around a 5 inch or around that size phone to me personally than to carry around a huge 5.5 or 5.7 inch screen phone. I think it’s all in what you became used to because I’ve certainly tried going to a larger screen several times with android as my daily phone but in the end I just found them too large to easily use and put in my pocket and to be obscure as well. The less the bulk the better to me. Now that I have this awesome skin on my new iPhone 8 I am beginning to think it was pointless for me to have ordered cases for it. I honestly don’t think I’ll even use a case now as one it adds bulk and two I like the way my phone now looks and I don’t want to cover it up now lol. I know that’s dangerous but carrying a smaller phone is easier to keep a good grip on to ensure I won’t drop it but I know anything could still happen. You never know when the laws of average finally catch up to you as I’ve never dropped my phones hardly at all other than them falling off a table or something but just flat out dropping one I don’t believe I’ve ever done it. I know I’ve certainly never broken one by dropping it.
    Apple users been asking for a larger screen for years. I'm not surprised it's the more popular model
    11-20-2017 11:27 PM
  3. dpham00's Avatar
    That’s really interesting to me. I totally thought the regular iconic design of the original iPhone still out sold the plus. When I was setting my moms new iPhone 8 up and putting her screen protector on I just kept thinking to myself wow this phone is so huge lol. I’m glad they didn’t abandon the 4.7 inch iPhone then. There is definitely still a strong market out there for like myself but I was totally wrong for sure. Now I will say I like the plus if I’m going to watch a movie or something but every day I much prefer the 4.7 inch iPhone in every way. So much easier to use. Easier to carry around. Out in your pocket. Just easier in general but I suppose larger screens are what sells the best. I personally like having one of each but still for a daily driver I would restart a 5 inch phone for sure. Everyone’s tastes are different but according to the graphs more people prefer the bigger phones. I have tried to but I always go back to the smaller phones for every day use. I just find them to be much easier in every aspect. I guess more and more people are useijt their phones for lots of media purposes which I do prefer a larger phone in that regard. Day to day tasks though it’s so much easier to carry around a 5 inch or around that size phone to me personally than to carry around a huge 5.5 or 5.7 inch screen phone. I think it’s all in what you became used to because I’ve certainly tried going to a larger screen several times with android as my daily phone but in the end I just found them too large to easily use and put in my pocket and to be obscure as well. The less the bulk the better to me. Now that I have this awesome skin on my new iPhone 8 I am beginning to think it was pointless for me to have ordered cases for it. I honestly don’t think I’ll even use a case now as one it adds bulk and two I like the way my phone now looks and I don’t want to cover it up now lol. I know that’s dangerous but carrying a smaller phone is easier to keep a good grip on to ensure I won’t drop it but I know anything could still happen. You never know when the laws of average finally catch up to you as I’ve never dropped my phones hardly at all other than them falling off a table or something but just flat out dropping one I don’t believe I’ve ever done it. I know I’ve certainly never broken one by dropping it.
    Nope that's not the case. Most have been wanting the larger model for a while now
    11-28-2017 06:58 PM
  4. Aljean Thein's Avatar
    Although the plus model is really long due to the home button
    11-29-2017 04:37 AM
  5. Aquila's Avatar
    Definitely not a flagship spec device. I don't think it is by 2016 standards or by 2017 standards.
    11-29-2017 06:53 AM
  6. Aljean Thein's Avatar
    Definitely not a flagship spec device. I don't think it is by 2016 standards or by 2017 standards.
    Not a flagship specs but a well performer phone for its current specs.
    11-29-2017 09:10 AM
  7. dpham00's Avatar
    Although the plus model is really long due to the home button
    I had the 7 plus and it was fine for me.
    11-29-2017 02:02 PM
  8. dpham00's Avatar
    Definitely not a flagship spec device. I don't think it is by 2016 standards or by 2017 standards.
    It is a good bang for the buck but I agree not a flagship phone
    11-29-2017 02:03 PM
  9. dpham00's Avatar
    Not a flagship specs but a well performer phone for its current specs.
    Yup. Definitely well specd for the price
    11-29-2017 02:05 PM
  10. Aljean Thein's Avatar
    I had the 7 plus and it was fine for me.
    I'm sure it's fine, but it is long compared to other phone with the same screen size without a home button.
    11-29-2017 05:27 PM
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