Do iPhone Users Really Want a Bigger Phone?

According to recent rumors and leaks, the new iPhone 6 produced by Apple is going to be bigger than the 5S and the 5C versions. However, a recently sprung video has pointed out that phone users might not want a bigger mobile phone.

Thus, a very famous YouTube video provider specialized in technical reviews and having the nickname UrAvgConsumer, carried out an experiment of his one using an iPhone 5S as well as a dummy model of the soon-to-be-released iPhone 6.

His subjects were chosen randomly from the New York population. The up loader gave the people he interviewed the dummy mobile phone so as to see if they showed any interest in iPhone 6, which is supposed to be launched in September this year.  Rumors say that Apple wants to release on the market two versions of the iPhone 6: the 4.7 inch variant and the 5.5 inches one. The present iPhone 5S has a dimension equal to 3.99 inches.

Business Insider stated that the reactions people had when seeing the “new phone”, were quite mixed up. The reported pointed out that there would always be consumers asking for bigger screens. However, the “wow” reactions that UrAvgConsumer got when showing people the phone, were more related to the lightness of the gadget and not so much to its screen size. A few of the subjects even said that the design of the new Apple phone was quite similar to the one belonging to Samsung’s Galaxy.

The journalist of Business Insider points out that people do not object to the larger display of the iPhone 6; however they are neither impressed by it. They make comments about its weight, design as well as about the round edges that remind them of the iPod Touch. People enjoy larger screens but they want a gadget that can easily go into their pockets.

iPhone FAQ revealed that the price of iPhone 5 S dropped earlier in the week. This happened after Walmart lowered the prices of the Apple mobile phones. Thus, Walmart clients can buy an iPhone 5C for 29 US dollars and an iPhone 5 S for the price of 99 US dollars.

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