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If this is the correct icon, looks like the border radius is 12px. The overall size is 60 x 60px. Image taken from DesignBoom
Also, if you are going to use .png files it would be good to compress the files for performance. I have not had any image quality issues yet and I use tinypng
DPI is irrelevant. Ignore that. All that matters is pixel dimensions. Make sure you are making them at the dimension they will be used. Ie, if it's going to be 30px x 30px on the iPhone, make your image 30px x 30px. For retina, you'll want to make a second version at 60px x 60px. PNG files are fine. But use whatever makes sense for your particular needs. ...
These guys made a great action set that does pretty much what you want. I modified their version of the actions (JLRetinaPNGExport.atn) which you can find here. This action set comes with 2 actions: current layer export as .png at 100% then 50% merge visible and export as .png at 100% then 50% Hope this helps
I imagine one of the reasons why you are having difficulty with this shadow is because it kind of gets smaller in the center, it doesn't go all the way to the ends. I would re-create it using a new element: Create a white rectangle (your page) over a gray background In a nee layer under the rectangle, draw a black oval shape the size of your desired ...
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