Hi guys, Since there is an insane debate about the new iPhone display being larger or not, I've read something a few times that 1440x960 would be a good number to follow the aspect ratio so apps will look great and will be scaled to take the full screen. However, it has a pixel density of 432ppi (4") or 422ppi (4.1") and it's pretty incredibly high compared to the Retina Display's 326ppi. Some will say that it's impossible to do that but let me remind you a few things... Before the iPhone 4, other flagship devices like the HTC EVO 4G, in example, were at 216 or around it. Then, Apple released a phone with a display almost a inch smaller with a higher resolution and 110ppi more than the EVO 4G. Actually, flagship phones like the HTC One X are around 312ppi or a bit lower/higher than that. Can Apple do some magic once again by releasing a display that has 100ppi more than the competition? It sounds crazy but guys, they already had done it before.