The HTC One S was the perfect size. 4.3, slim edged
NechPech, 08 Dec 2015Apple knew that 'finger gymnastics' were going to be trouble. Luckily you can double-tap the ... moreWhile Samsung already had a superior one-handed mode ages ago.. It is superior because it minimizes all of the screen not just making the top half accessible.. Samsung also had split keyboard for years.. After all they are the phablet pioneer
It feels like the watch was release just the other month...
NechPech, 08 Dec 2015Apple knew that 'finger gymnastics' were going to be trouble.
Luckily you can double-tap the ... moreThat's true and I use it when every now and then on the train, but it doesn't beat the ergonomics of an actual small phone (I think, it's been a while :P)
Also that idea came from the pioneers of large phones, Samsung. Their version is better since it shrinks it diagonally rather than just vertically. It's activated with a cool swiping gesture too :D
AnonD-442781, 08 Dec 2015Yeah 'finger gymnastics' can be slightly annoying sometimes, but I find it a small price to pa... moreApple knew that 'finger gymnastics' were going to be trouble.
Luckily you can double-tap the home key to 'bring down' the entire screen so you can easily
access whatever's at the top.
Same on the Lumia 950XL (long press home key).
Yeah 'finger gymnastics' can be slightly annoying sometimes, but I find it a small price to pay for a bigger screen. Thought 5.1" was perfect but even thinking of jumping to 5.7" :D
But there is a lot of rumours about the 6c release date, I think this is more plausible though, around that time is when iPhone sales drop so it seems likely they'll release another phone to bolster attention. Plus if the a8 chip rumour is correct it'll be bad if they release it when the a10 is already out.
I dig the 4 inch iPhones hence why I still have my 5s haha. I own the 6 but I dont use it to be honest. The 3GS is also very good size
wi fi on the apple watch will make sense for native apps