iLounge was spot on with the third generation iPad, but I have serious doubts about their sixth generation ("iPhone 5") predictions. They claim the next-generation iPhone will 'roughly' have a 4 inch display. They also claim that Apple will not reduce the current display in width, but only in length. This means the resolution will be YYYY x 640, with a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch. This means the aspect ratio must be anything above 3:2 but definitely below 2:1 (which basically is a much wider widescreen display). And this is what I have come up with: Basically, there are only two real options for Apple and that's the 1024 x 640 resolution and the 1184 x 640 resolution. The other resolutions are NOT whole numbers (e.g. 1066.67). While it is not impossible, it is unlikely for Apple to just screw up the standard aspect ratios. They won't leave 0.67 pixels away, but they can't add it either. That's why there are only two real possibilities. 1024 x 640 is an unlikely option: an upgrade from 3.5" to 3.7" won't be worth all the extra mess for Apple. That leaves us with 1184 x 640. That would mean it would be a 4.12" display: iLounge is talking about 'roughly' 4 inch, so 4.12" would be possible depending on how you interpertate 'roughly'. Now here is my problem with this resolution: this means the display will be wider than a 16:9 widescreen TV, and Apple has never really been 'open' to widescreen resolutions. I just find it hard to believe Apple will settle with such an uncommon resolution with an aspect ratio wider than 16:9. My conclusion: iLounge might very well be wrong (when it comes to the display). I earlier created a thread in which I suggested why I think it is very well possible that Apple might even settle with 4.3" display.