How big do you think will the iPhone 7's display be?

How big do you think will the iPhone 7's display be?
By now we've heard a lot of rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7, including tips that it may have a slimmer chassis, thanks to doing away with the oldie audio jack. This implies a pretty significant chassis redesign, as each and every smartphone we've seen so far has had the regular round jack. Would that redesign include enlarging the screen size too, though?

Apple usually prides itself in how manageable its phones are with one hand, and this still holds true for the iPhone 6s, despite that it has unremarkable screen-to-body ratio, mainly because the screen is 4.7 inches, which is pretty modest for today's smartphone standards. The company has also shown that it won't shy away from the trend for larger phones, however, as exemplified by the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus handsets.

Moreover, recently we had a reputed analyst saying that Apple could introduce changes to its circular home key that may be iconic, but takes quite a lot of valuable space in the front. Could Apple try to shoot for a better screen-to-body ratio and/or a larger screen with the iPhone 7 then? If so, what do you think would that screen size be? Take your pick from the poll range, and tell us the exact diagonal you predict in the comments below.

How big do you think will the iPhone 7's display be?

Again 4.7 inches
50.9%
4.8-5.2 inches
39.14%
More than 5.2 inches
9.96%

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    1334 x 750 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera)
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  • Storage 256GB, not expandable
  • Battery 1960 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x

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