The iPad 3 is widely expected to feature a retina display, but aren't we forgetting something? The iPad 3 is rumoured to feature a so called 'retina display'. A 9.7" display with an amazingly high resolution of 2048*1536: these are four times as many pixels. The thing is, as beautiful as such a display might be, isn't such a high resolution actually a disadvantage? I mean, if I want to watch Full HD movies on the iPad 3, than there won't be enough pixels to fill up the whole screen. If I want to watch a movie full screen, the movie will be resized... this will cause a pixelated image! I sincerely hope Apple has had a good thought about this. I'd rather see a 1920*1440 (4:3) resolution or something like that, than a 2048*1536 if the latter means that video content will look terrible. With a 1920*1440, they would still achieve 247 pixels per inch (against 2048*1536's 264 ppi). That's only 17 pixels per inch less!