As many of you likely know, the iPhone 6 Plus has a downscaled resolution of 1920x1080, while it has a virtual resolution of 2208x1242 that apps are built for. The reason Apple went for a 1920x1080 screen is likely that these panels are cheaper, more available, and that there was a low availability of 2208x1242 displays. So my thinking is that Apple will release a future iPhone model with a 2208x1242 resolution because: 1) no downscaling overhead required and a 1:1 pixel mapping; 2) it's a marketable improvement on the previous iPhone; and 3) there is no additional work for developers since they would already be developing apps for the virtual 2208x1242 resolution. This latter reason might be why the 6s Plus could see an updated screen resolution since it's still like developing for the iPhone 6 Plus. What do you think? Will it happen for the iPhone 6s/7 Plus, or will we see an altogether new resolution for the iPhone 7 Plus? Or will the iPhone 7 take the higher resolution (higher PPI) and a new resolution for the iPhone 7 Plus?