Well, as nice and sharp as the iPhone's screen is the S4's and One's screen are even sharper so these seemingly ridiculous pixel densities DO makes a tangible difference. That said I'd like to see Apple do somethimg to make their phones more durable and hold up to wear a little better. Getting a case shouldn't be mandatory in the same way it is for the iPhone 5 to keep the phone in presentable (spelled N E W) condition.
Something as robust as Gorilla Glass 3 and some highly toughened aluminum (or Kevlar or something).
I'd rather see these things than a fingerprint reader.
Regardless, if fingerprint scanning becomes a security feature, I would liken it to Android's face unlock. It's neat, but sometimes it proves to be more difficult than just inputting your device pin.
Well, typically, when Apple implements a feature it tends to simply work so if they do decide the fingerprint reader is in their future it will likely be easily and reliably usable. ...just my opinion.
TBH, the feature isn't even all that attractive to me. Again, there's other things that are much higher on m'list. I think a sort of iPhone "Pro" with the same, or better, screen as the S4 would do well in the market, alongside the current designs. Why not?
iPhone is penetrating in to the smart world with its latest models that comes with latest updated technologies. The latest model by Apple up to now is iPhone 5 with lot of latest features embedded in it. Hence, the rumors are being spread about its next smart phone: whether the next model will be called as iPhone 5S or iPhone6? The reason... -