As everyone is expecting an iPhone with a larger display screen, but today we are going to tell you why its release is impossible.
Most of us have probably not come to a point when the Samsung Galaxy S II is no longer usable using just one hand — because of large display screen. But Dustin Curtis had to face that situation which he describes as:
Touching the upper right corner of the screen on the Galaxy S II using one hand, with its 4.27-inch screen, while you’re walking down the street looking at Google Maps, is extremely difficult and frustrating. I pulled out my iPhone 4 to do a quick test, and it turns out that when you hold the iPhone in your left hand and articulate your thumb, you can reach almost exactly to the other side of the screen.
As you can see in the picture(above) opposite corners of Galaxy S II are just unreachable whereas iPhone’s 3.5 inch screen usability is almost perfect.
His explanation clearly shows why Apple is not going to introduce an iPhone with a display screen. For people who wants a bigger screen and a two handed experience, buy the iPad instead.