I am reading the biography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson and I read about a glass maker that worked with apple for the making of iPhone. They had discovered 15 years ago a glass codenamed Gorilla glass, but had no use to it. Some years later, Steve Jobs appears and with his ideas for a touchscreen phone and computer, there WAS a use for it. But later in the story they said something about a godzilla glass, an even stronger glass than the gorilla. Might that be used for less bezel in apple's products, meaning a thinner iPhone but with larger display, and macbooks with smaller bezel and bigger screen? I didn't see anyone mention that kind of glass and the hopes it gives, and I've been following macrumors around a year now.