We asked you yesterday how big do you think will the iPhone 7's display be, as a few design rumors about a slimmer body and changing the physical home key have emerged, which might indicate a better screen-to-body ratio than what is currently available with the iPhone 6s. Our respondents were mostly certain that the iPhone 7 will either keep the 4.7" screen diagonal, or arrive with a tad larger, 4.8"-5.2" display.
That's all fine and dandy, and if Apple manages to increase the screen-to-body ratio of its staple handset, it might indeed slap a larger panel on it, but what about the eventual iPhone 7 Plus? The 5.5-inch iPhone 6/6s Plus handsets have a pretty low sub-70% ratio, despite that this metric is even more important on big-screen handsets. Third time is the charm, though, so Apple might improve on the amount of bezel surrounding the display of the eventual iPhone 7 Plus, and even change its screen size in the process. Well, if you had to guess, how big do you think will the iPhone 7 Plus' display be?