The 4.7" (standard) iPhones have a screen resolution of 1334x750. The Plus models have a 1920x1080 screen resolution. The Plus models don't need any boost in pixels, but DPI could be improved. The standard models need a boost and this is the time to do it. At the very least I'd like to see the 2017 standard iPhone push 1080p like the Plus models before it. The current resolution is embarrassing compared to the rest of the flagship phone market and it's noticeably low quality next to Plus counterparts and the competition. The Apple AX SoC has been pushing iPad resolutions of 2732 x 2048. There's no reason resolutions can't be improved for the standard iPhone this time around. Hoping to hear some news about this at WWDC.