NOTE: Please don't vote in the poll till you've read at least most of my post. I've been reading up on Apple's purchase of LuxVue, the only company to be producing microLED displays, and it got me thinking... could this be the thing that the 6S get's updated with that no one sees coming? Although most display changes such as the size and resolution almost always correlate with complete redesigns (such as the iPhone 4, 5, 6, etc.), I do not think that a switch to microLED displays would be completely out of the question. My reasons for believing this are pretty simple. Prior to the iPhone 5S, about a year and a half before it's release and right before Apple released the iPhone 5, Apple purchased AuthenTec. A little more than a year later they released the iPhone 5S with a fingerprint sensor using AuthenTec's technology. Similarly, a little more than a year ago right before the iPhone 6 was released Apple bought LuxVue (http://bit.ly/1U4hgm4). LuxVue produces power-efficient, super bright displays (up to 9 times brighter than current AMOLED and LCD displays) that experts are saying is the next big leap in display technology (http://bit.ly/1HZRYgl). Keep in mind this is coming from the person who created the pentile matrix used in Samsung's AMOLED displays, so it's not just anyone. Anyways, onto my point. A little more than a year after Apple bought AuthenTec their technology was implemented into the iPhone. So similarly the same could happen with LuxVue's technology with the release of the 6S. Also, remember when everyone was completely shocked that the 5S had a 64-bit processor? Nobody saw it coming. Hell, nobody thought it was possible at the time. It took Qualcomm completely by surprise and forced them into rushing out their own 64-bit processor which ended up having problems with getting too hot. Just as with their A7 64-bit processor, Apple could do the same thing this year and leapfrog the entire industry and surprise everyone with microLED. An explanation for the lack of leaks could be because of the now glued on metal plate on the back of the display in the 6S. This makes it harder to identify the display type because from the front it appears the same as any other iPhone display. This would also explain why there is only one flex cable on the leaked 6S display whereas on every past iPhone there have been two flex cables (one for the display, one for the digitizer/Touch ID) and the only other technology to use a single display connector is OLED. This wouldn't classify as a change in resolution or size, which again correlate with major redesigns, but rather a huge bump in power efficiency, brightness (for outdoor viewing), etc. Power and efficiency are always notable improvements with S releases, so it's not like this would be out of the question. So what do you guys think? Is this sound reasoning? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this (it's always fun to speculate).