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 Tallest Skil says fewer than 10% of the new phones sold will be plus-size... they're totally unusable.
ATT said the same thing about tethering ... then took more than 3 years to finally "allow" it.
Truth is, we're about to find out just how many people WANT a bigger iPhone.     Sure, they could have had a bigger phone for years already, but many were willing to sacrifice size for a better OS.  Now they finally have a choice with the superior (opinion) OS and we'll see how sell the 6+ sells.
How do you figure?Who did the survey?What was the sample size?Did the respondents actually get to hold the 6+ before answering? (or better yet, USE it for a bit.) I could as easily state that your opinion actually represents only 2.3% of the entire population of the earth... but... I'd just be pulling that number out of my ass, same as your 90% number. ;)
 I wasn't trying to imply guilt or innocence either way.  Merely stating that denying something doesn't NECESSARILY mean you're trying to hide what you're denying. We'll have to start a whole different thread if you want to get me started on an over-reaching government. ;)
Unuseable for TallestSkil, perhaps... and for others too, no doubt.  But his opinion does not count for EVERYone... I think he will soon see that there are more than enough people out there that find the 6+ size perfectly useable. I use my phone for reading as much as any other single task... the larger screen of the 6+ will be awesome for me, and still perfectly useable. 
 Patience.... it's a virtue.
 Only the cellular iPads.  It's not known by most users, but your cellular iPad actually has a phone-number assigned to it. (If it's got a cellular data package activated.) ... Its software doesn't allow it to be used as a phone, but it has the right chips in it... so that it can access the cellular data network.
In English, with Safari active, the very top menubar has a "View" menu (4th menu to the right of the "Apple"), and the 6th item down in that menu is Show/Hide Status Bar.   From within an email, the only way I know to see the link is to right-click on the link, select "Copy Link", and then paste it somewhere to see the full URL.
... at the same time, just because I might choose to "plead the 5th" in a courtroom, does not NECESSARILY mean I'm hiding anything.   (meaning: just because the feds won't re-examine things, or allow an independent party "full subpoena power", does not NECESSARILY mean they are hiding anything.)
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