The question is of course what will be the big thing in the iPhone 6. It will not be a curved display according to the Korean Herald. I could not care less. I do not think a curved display is doing anything for usability. If we get to the point to fold or roll up our iPhone, then I see the benefit of flexible displays.
The iPhone 6 needs to have something else. It is likely featuring a bigger display than the iPhone 5S. It will be of course againfaster and possibly even thinner. Maybe it finallygets rid of the physical home button. I would like to see a single smooth surface on the iPhone 6 and it definitely does not to be curved.
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