So overall I'm really happy with the iPhone 6 specs, but the one thing I was a little disappointed with was the resolution on the 6. I was hoping for a PPI of 350+. But on Apple's site, it says this about the display: "Higher contrast Rather than using traditional methods to create the higher-resolution Retina HD display, we developed an advanced process of photo alignment. This involves using UV light to precisely position the displays liquid crystals so they lie exactly where they should. Better-aligned crystals deliver a superior viewing experience, with deeper blacks and sharper text." Now I'm not exactly sure what that means, but is it possible they've achived the look of a higher resolution screen with the same about of pixels? Because that's what it's sounding like to me.