I haven’t heard any news about it coming one day or soon, though. When you think about it, it’s not like our screens are going to be bigger and bigger. They get higher resolution regularly, but it only increases the density of pixels. Objects pretty much stay at the same size on our screens.
For desktop, we’re at 27-34 inches, with the higher end being the super large and narrow displays (like LG screens), on which you never browse fullscreen of course.
So we really need 1 or 2 more upper breakpoints: passed 1200pt and passed 1600pt. I don’t see how we would need more actually. Maybe we will need a way to distinguish mobile devices from small laptops for the tablet breakpoint, but maybe that’s all.
It’s related to the grid because I don’t see grid and breakpoints being updated independently.
At present time it’s not to difficult to craft an upper breakpoint, or rather, a larger container on the actual desktop breakpoint. But doing so while still wanting to use Webflow’s grid goes from being a nightmare to impossible. What I do most often, is that I keep WF grid, I add 2, 3 or 4 columns on each side, create a gif with it, and apply the new grid to the body. This way in most of the cases, I can continue to use the Container element for some narrower sections or pages, and it still makes sense in my grid. Same for the columns element inside of a container element.
But yeah, like you, I’d prefer to rely on Webflow for this