First off, this is not another [OLED vs LCD] or [458DPI vs 326DPI] question. I'm more interested in "usable real estate" of the screen coming from an iPhone 6, or as Apple refers to as display "points" of the screen. Since I read that the XsMax has the same display point resolution as the Xr (414 x 896) feel free to chime in if you have an XsMax. Likewise, the 6 has the same horizontal display point resolution as the Xs (375 horizontal) but Xs has more vertical (667 vs 812 vertical 6 vs Xs), so feel free to chime in if you have the Xs. Anyway, I'm dying to ditch my iPhone 6 and am a bit torn between the Xs and Xr. My hands are on the smaller side so I'm a bit hesitant to jump to the Xr and would settle on the Xs. However the extra screen "real estate" on the Xr compared to the Xs makes me think I might be able to deal with the larger size if the extra "real estate" makes a big enough usability improvement. So I'd like your opinions on the following 1) For those of you who went from a iPhone 6,7,8 to a X/Xs, how big was the improvement from 667 to 812 vertical points to you, whether you felt it was a good enough jump or if you should have got the XsMax instead for the vertical jump to 896 points? (as a side note, the exact same horizontal points of 375 between the 6,7,8 and Xs is a little disappointing to me). 2) For those of you who went from a 6,7,8 to an XsMax or for those of you who went from an X to XsMax, how big was the improvement going from 375x667/375x812 to 414x896 points? Is the horizontal increase from 375=>414 a bigger deal than the vertical increase from 667/812=>896. Or were both axis increases a big deal? Please feel free to include specific examples of apps where the difference in points was very apparent. Again, I don't want this to blow up to another pixel density or contrast ratio comparison, so please don't bring those up if you don't have to, thanks!