http://wccftech.com/iphone-6s-benchmark-resolution-details-leaked-future-hardware-stand-chance/ http://passport.weibo.com/visitor/visitor?entry=miniblog&a=enter&url=http://weibo.com/206800072?from=profile&wvr=6&domain=.weibo.com&sudaref=http://wccftech.com/iphone-6s-benchmark-resolution-details-leaked-future-hardware-stand-chance/&ua=php-sso_sdk_client-0.6.14&_rand=1441592662.4504#_rnd1441547653251 Ok, so according to chinese leakers the iphone 6s's resolution is 2000*1125 (488ppi) and 2208*1242 (460ppi). This makes some sense and quite plausible. Because after all, iphone 6's app is programed on 'point resolution' of 667*375, then upscaling it twice to 1334*750. On the otherhand, iphone 6+'s app is programed on point resolution of 736 * 414. Then the developer multiply the point resolution 3 times making it 2208 * 1242 and then downscaling it to 1920 * 1080. Now, if apple decided to make iphone 6s's point resolution same as iphone 6 and then multiply it to three times (like in iphone 6+), the final resolution will become 2001*1125, which is damn similar to the rumored resolution of 2000*1125. Therefore, even if the resolution is changed, there will be almost no fragmentation (developers just have to change the number 2x to 3X, and their iphone 6 app will be optimized to iphone 6s) And if apple decided to not downscale anymore on plus model, the iphone 6s+'s resolution will become 2208*1242 as it should be. Also, the new A9 chip's benchmark is also leaked by these chinese leakers. Single core : 2248 multi core : 4036 Ram : 2GB clock speed : 1.8Ghz Dual core architecture. Now I'm not gonna say this is correct (so I will put a rumor tag in front of thread title), and benchmark can be easily fabricated so don't trust this completely. But, I can say that there are some plausible thing about this rumor and have some worth looking to it.