At 4 inches, the iPhone 5's screen is bigger and taller than all of Apple's previous iPhones. From what you told us, that's still not big enough. From our poll, 31 percent of people asked for a 4.7-inch screen on the next iPhone.
When we asked what materials you want Apple to use for the back of the next iPhone, an all-metal backing won with 39 percent of the vote, followed by a glass backing like we saw on the iPhone 4 and 4S. Since the aluminum casing can't shatter like glass, it seems obvious why it is the top choice.
Plastic earned the fewest votes, only 6 percent, but if recent rumors are true, we could see a lower-end iPhone 5C with a colorful plastic backing.
A common complaint among iPhone owners is that the battery doesn't last long enough. Therefore, it isn't surprising that longer battery life is the most requested feature for the new iPhone, with 57 percent of our poll takers asking for it.
We asked you which new features of iOS 7 you liked the most, and you just barely chose function over fashion. Thirty-one percent said that Apple's new Control Center, a swipe-up menu in iOS 7 that lets you toggle Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, adjust screen brightness, and access other common settings, is the most compelling feature of the new mobile operating system.
Next on the list of your favorite OS features, with 29 percent of the vote, is iOS 7's new flat design and color scheme, which looks much different from earlier iOS versions.
Though Apple hasn't released any iPhones with near field communication, and has said that it doesn't plan to do so anytime soon, you still asked for NFC in the next iPhone. NFC lets you send data to other devices and even make purchases with your phone. It's a common feature in many Android smartphones.